Articles by Lucinda Smyth
Lucinda Smyth / February 20, 2017
It is a programme for women disillusioned with the slick image sold to them by "Sex and the City"
Lucinda Smyth / January 13, 2017
The effect of the adaptation is that "we witness a brutal adult world from a child’s perspective." *Contains spoliers*
Like many of us, Netflix's new film about Barack Obama can't make up its mind about the president
"This is Patchett’s most ambitious novel to date, yet it is a surprisingly quick read, underpinned by a compelling plot and accessible prose."
The return of the wholesome Gilmore Girls rounds off a year of female-centred television
DJ Taylor—who calls himself a "snobographer"—has an enjoyable, lively style
Lucinda Smyth / November 4, 2016
The programme is best when it aims to shake, not shock