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The Beaver Front Cover Awards

GAYEST COVERThe sex. The colours. The kiss. It’s all popping in this 2008 issue. BEST CARTOONThe giant student body breaks free of its bonds as an academic looks on. We live for the drama. THE ETERNAL STRUGGLE“HOPES FOR MORE LIBRARY…

Rocks

I see rocks, cement blocks, gradually crumbling.Water flows and erodes them,wind blows and throws themaway.In time they melt.Slowly it happens everydayalways and anyway;watch it flow:panta rei. Warm hugs,smiles, laughs,shared mugs.Honest and rough. Those blocks that you built,Not in one off…

Love/Hate

I was embarrassed when you first showed up That first night And my agony at your existence It intensified over time I am so sorry that I hated you For so long, every single day Ever since I can remember,…

2018 in Film: What You Missed and What Is Yet To Come

Whilst you were splashing your student loans on Avengers: Infinity War and Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom, some good cinema went under your radar. Here are a few picks of what you might have missed and what is new.   What you missed Shirkers…

Finding EDEN

For someone who doesn’t walk to Tesco alone, I found myself in a rather interesting fix when I realised I would be going to a concert – alone. The tickets had been booked before I even got my university acceptance…

2018’s Top Ten Films

The Review staff writers came together to decide this year’s top ten films and to highlight some of 2018’s biggest disappointments.   10) Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (wri-dir. Martin McDonagh) I’d like to reflect on one scene, by far…

Goodbyes

And a thousand different skies merge to one within my eyes: people, places, memories, thoughts; all is here and all is lost. Suns that rose now sun that sets: pink, blue, green; rewind, reset.   Dive away majestic bird, ‘til…

Order and Chaos

Farewell sailor, from the realm of reason we now depart! Rhyme not as leisure but real art will guide our ship into the dark. Recall blue skies and sun in your eyes, when you could tell truth from the lies.…

Crudo: Weddings, Wars, and the World’s End

Author: Olivia Laing Kathy is getting married in the summer of 2017, right in the midst of the Trump presidency, Brexit, and fascist uprisings. On holiday with her husband-to-be in Tuscany, she discovers that ‘the Internet was excited because the…

Looking for serial writers

What are we looking for? A short story – 4,000 to 5,000 words Any genre To be published in parts in print How to submit Submit a scene from your work and a synopsis Send it to partb@beaveronline.co.uk OR Submit…