Rachel Goldblatt

Rachel Goldblatt

Rachel Goldblatt read French and English Literature at the University of Edinburgh, and then completed an MPhil in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Cambridge, focussing her research on Thomas Hardy’s lyric verse. She currently works in publishing, and deep passion for literature coexists with a love of theatre and the arts.

A space, an ambiance, a home

A modest row of cottages is set apart from Cambridge’s Castle Street by a small green on one side and St Peter’s Church on the other, right next to Cambridge…

The Burroughs Garret

In The Nature of Gothic, nineteenth-century art critic John Ruskin wrote that there is beauty in imperfection, and that ‘the demand for perfection is always a sign of the misunderstanding…

Editorial: Rhythm

From the impact of clocks on notions of time, to the effects of computers, trains and planes on experiences of modern life, rhythm – in various forms and ways –…

Pierrette Bloch

Open call: Rhythm

From the impact of clocks on notions of time, to the effects of computers, trains and planes on experiences of modern life, rhythm – in various forms and ways –…