Aimee Miller

Chief Sub-Editor at The River, Kingston University's student newspaper 
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King of Horror - Aimee Miller explores the the terrifying and disturbing fictional worlds of Stephen King's writing

You have seen his name everywhere, and you know who he is. Who better to lead you into Halloween than horror master himself - Stephen King. You could simply watch one of the many newly-released films with King’s name stamped obtrusively at the bottom, but where his talents truly lie is in his ability to make the mind reel, and visualise horrors unimaginable through his written word.

Booker Prize winner Bernadine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other: is it worth the record-breaking win? | River Online

Booker Prize winner Bernadine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other: is it worth the record-breaking win? When the judges announced a shock joint winner for this year’s Booker Prize, I had high expectations. With Margaret Atwood’s novel already declared as a sure winner, I made a beeline for Bernadine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other, eager to explore the novel that had made the Booker Prize judges break their very own rules.

Shocking joint 2019 Booker Prize win for Margaret Atwood, The Testaments, and Bernardine Evaristo, Girl, Woman, Other | River Online

Shocking joint 2019 Booker Prize win for Margaret Atwood, The Testaments, and Bernardine Evaristo, Girl, Woman, Other In a shocking joint award, Canadian author Margaret Atwood and Anglo-Nigerian author Bernardine Evaristo have won the 2019 Booker Prize, with both The Testaments and Girl, Woman, Other taking £50,000 in joint award money.

It Takes Three...

Walking into the Threesome art show I felt somewhat embarrassed as I realised in all my 20 years of being on this earth, I had never stared at a vagina directly. I can safely say I have now. Standing higher than my 5ft 2in self and wider than my little arms could stretch, the nude painting of cabaret performer Ursula Martinez spread-eagled​ against a mirror, looking down into the reflection of her vulva caught me off guard. What did I expect from an art show titled Threesome- An Exploration into the Female Gaze?

KU Big Read author Kit de Waal says ‘My name is Leon’ reflects the “real truth” of children in care

Author Kit de Waal said at the KU Big Read’s ‘Audience with’ event on October 25 that her book reflects the “real truth” of children living in care. The 56-year-old said the premise of separating the two boys in ‘My name is Leon’ is a decision members on adoption panels still face. “It’s horrible, it's​ ugly, the terrible decision to separate siblings… and that situation is happening every day in care,” she said.
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