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The South Bank Review

Summer 2013

Fiction

Poetry

Essays

Interviews

  •  He’s drawn everyone, from Batman to Spider-man! Taking time out from his work on the current ongoing Uncanny X-Men series, comic book artist Frazer Irving discusses the creative process, images vs. words and graphic literature. by Paul Brierley What do you think illustration brings to......

  •   “Keeping my work real, realer, if there is such word,” laughs Gbolahan. Returning back from a short break with a hot meal to eat, I tucked in as quickly as possible to finish before the playwright, Gbolahan Obesisan’s visit to our university. Well, I......

  •   At 5:38p.m, Wednesday 11th August 2010, I leave a discreet office in Sloane Square with recent issues of the Cosmopolitan and Company magazines. Handed to me by who I perceive as one of the primary media and fashion industry gurus, I realise he has......

  • Leo Au Yeung is a highly respected Martial Arts instructor in the UK. He was the only Wing Chun consultant to be appointed for the box-office hit Ip Man, and during that time he worked as the action choreographer alongside famous Hong Kong actor and......

  • Norma Hibbert Lady Warrior On a beautiful sunny afternoon, I found Norma Hibbert in her favourite place Frendsbury Community Garden, planting and tending to the ¾ acre area which she cares for, with occasional voluntary assistance. As usual there were countless good ‘afternoons’ from passers-by......