Cancel culture

Photo by Markus Winkler on Unsplash Lately it feels like it’s hard to wade into a cultural debate or at least just have a quick scroll on Twitter without finding yourself knee deep in the quagmire that is “cancel culture”. It's been with us for several years but it's had a

Zadie Smith on the craft of writing

Zadie Smith

Zadie Smith, giving a lecture on the craft of writing, admitted that despite being an award-winning author with a multitude of acclaimed books to her name, she feels uniquely unqualified to expand on the topic. “A lecture on craft… at once something fraudulent creeps into the enterprise, there’s a whiff of

What to read, watch and listen to in July

A Note on TV Forever Marrying your life partner is one thing, but what about if it meant spent post-death eternity together? This is the question at the heart of Forever, where husband and wife June (Maya Rudolph) and Oscar (Fred Armisen) both find themselves united in a pst-death life. XX is

After the pandemic, then what?

Photo by Tony Reid on Unsplash The Broad’s day job is writing about marketing and media - campaigns, brands, technology, data as well as future trends. Understanding and attempting to get a sense of where things are headed is important to an industry that needs to reflect the mood of