Lara C Cory is a freelance film, music and food writer. Contributing to The Wire, The Quietus, CRACK magazine, Line of Best Fit, Little White Lies, Caught by the River and Oh Comely, Lara is also the editor at 15questions.net and co-author of Animal Music: Sound and Song in the Natural World.
- Why men are escaping toxic working cultures at The Book of ManThe new 'Golden Handcuffs' may be the comfort of workplace perks, but many men are seeing beyond the superficial care and seeking something more meaningful in their work and lives...Lara C. Cory investigates. https://thebookofman.com/mind/masculinity/toxic-working/
- Want to Smell Like Travis Scott and Taylor Swift? There’s a Candle for ThatFrom rappers to metal bands, your favourite musicians are embracing the music- and mood-enhancing power of the scented candle. https://www.esquire.com/uk/style/a35705497/scented-candles-musicians-travis-scott-taylor-swift-wardruna/
- Interview at Our Culture MagazineTobias and I were interviewed by Our Culture Magazine about Fifteen Questions. We've been working together on the site for almost ten years, and we published a record 200 interviews last year. https://ourculturemag.com/2021/01/21/interview-tobias-fischer-and-lara-cory/
- Album Review: David Boulter's YarmouthThis review I wrote for Caught by the River was well received. I love most things released by Clay Pipe records. https://www.caughtbytheriver.net/2020/10/yarmouth-david-boulter-tindersticks/ Boulter skilfully leads the listener on a gentle trip, which could be the seaside or another time and place that resonates with you. Indeed, it’s the transferable nature of the music, creating — like all good soundtracks — a diaphanous filter for the senses, which reveals, once again, the scope of Boulter’
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- Lara CoryCharlie’s friends ran over, they thought he was badly hurt. But he wasn’t. He just couldn’t seem to pull himself up off the ground. Falling off his board was the final blow of the last round in a year-long match between him and the world, and Charlie had lost. “Can you feel this?” shouted Josh. His eyes still closed, Charlie nodded and rubbed his head. “He’s alright” Josh’s voice faded as he disappeared behind the playground followed by Tom. Charlie was finally alone. The heat of the afternoon f4