Edie Essex Barrett

Deputy Editor of Epigram newspaper

Location icon United Kingdom

Student of Politics and Spanish at the University of Bristol. Deputy Editor of Epigram newspaper, an award-winning independent student newspaper based in Bristol.

Neruda's first biographer

Edie Essex Barrett interviewed Adam Feinstein, the official biographer of Pablo Neruda: Chilean poet, diplomat, politician and Nobel Prize for Literature winner in 1971. A passion for Neruda has led to a lifelong, fascinating and diverse career for the biographer, Adam Feinstein. His love for Neruda's work "started in the late-1990s and never stopped," he told me.

Pensador magazine

Former co-Editor-in-Chief of Pensador magazine, written in Spanish, Catalan and Portuguese.

Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine
Lonely Planet Front Cover

I won a photography competition ran by Lonely Planet Traveller Magazine that celebrated their 100th issue, winning a personalised front cover featuring my photo.

Bristol students vote that VC Hugh Brady's salary is not 'fair and justifiable'

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu's millions of monthly readers. Title: EPIGRAM 321, Author: Epigram, Name: EPIGRAM 321, Length: 48 pages, Page: 4, Published: 2017-12-11

Bristol's Top 5 Secret Study Spots

While there are many university-owned study spaces in Bristol, exam season creates a library rush hour frenzy that no one can compete with. Think books left on desks overnight to save seats and bowls of cereal eaten mid-essay composition because arriving exceptionally early is the only way to guarantee a seat all day.

Spanish students angry over UoB video on the situation in Catalonia -

Published on December 10, 2017 by Edie Essex Barrett On Thursday 7th December, the University of Bristol published a video entitled "Discussion on latest events in Catalonia", with Drs Sally-Ann Kitts and Mark Allinson from the Modern Languages department discussing 'the latest developments of the region'.

A Guide to Halls in Bristol

A Guide to Halls in Bristol Bristol first year accommodation halls all have their respective reputations. This can make it hard to get objective information on where to live in the city. Here is a guide featuring one prominent residence from each key area of student accommodation in Bristol.

See Naples and Live

We were tired after a long journey and had been dropped in the wrong place by our taxi driver. This was not the best first impression we had of Naples. Fed-up and hungry, we navigated our way through the winding passageways of the city, dragging our suitcases amidst the echoes of gossiping neighbours and mischievous children, all the whole dodging rusty, buzzing scooters. Eventually reaching the historic centre, we were enticed and rejuvenated by authentic, freshly cooked pizza. Online...

Her Campus
A Must See: I, Daniel Blake

As young students at university, it can be difficult to picture a world where you have nothing, no-one, and no help. Ken Loach's film, I, Daniel Blake outstandingly depicts a brutal yet real-life image of what poverty in the UK is really like.

A New York State of Mind

There are perks to having a 17-year-old brother who models. One of them: a free trip to New York. Having been to NYC once before, I made the most of my weekend there while my brother worked, trying to do things aside from the regular tourist attractions which I’d seen a couple of years before. Where to stay: Recently becoming a magnet for the young New Yorkers, Williamsburg in Brooklyn is a much better place to stay than Manhattan. Online article:...

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