Welcome to the home of Rhys W Jones.

I’m a millenial currently studying for my BA in American and English Literature at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. After completing my A Levels, I took a year out and spent six months as a postman in Germany followed by three months travelling across destinations such as New York City, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.

In my spare time, I read and review young adult fiction at ThirstForFiction and produce theatre for my production company Tractatus Presents with long-time collaborator Grace Lyle-Condon.

Recent Writing

Everything’s Just Peachy: Unpacking the Peach in Call Me By Your Name

Having finally, finally gotten round to seeing Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name, tipped … continue

The Berlin Wall and Me

Yesterday, 29th January 2018 marks the first time that the Berlin wall has been down … continue

Photographer: Zack Dozen

Why Brian Jordan Alvarez is my Favourite Gay Creator Working Right Now

Brian Jordan Alvarez might just be one of the most important creators of gay/LGBT media … continue

Are Taxpayers Really Paying for Buckingham Palace Refurbishments?

Since the announcement that the Queen is to get £369 million from the government over … continue

A Third Runway at Heathrow isn’t as Bad for the Environment as You Think

Yes, I’m talking about airport expansion again as it becomes the political discussion for October … continue

Climate change is real!!!!! Say Norwich students promised “driest county in England”

Climate deniers have finally been proven wrong as forthright evidence for climate change – so … continue

How to spend 2 weeks in the USA for less than £800

Every year, thousands of British students break up for the summer and have ambitions to … continue

I’m Bored of Hearing about Safe Spaces

This week, so called “safe-spaces” have made national news again as our PM Theresa May … continue

You Don’t Need a Phone Contract

For the majority of people, being on a phone contract is the biggest mistake you … continue

Just Have a Little Patience

What do you imagine when you think of stage shows? Probably lots of lights, smoke … continue