- May 10, 2017
When do we know what we're talking about?
It takes moments of introspection to realise that, just maybe, we don’t know what we’re talking about; that we might just not get it at...
- Apr 25, 2017
The Solitude of Summer
What is there to do when one is both disgusted by – and satisfied with – their own relentless solitude? Of course, one would think that...
- Apr 12, 2017
The Lynch of Originality
For writers new to the craft, the question of originality often proves a stumbling block. It is the question which can even prompt...
- Apr 10, 2017
The Philosophy of a Disposable Camera
Today, I bought a disposable camera. This was the first time I’d held one in my hands since year six camp. Now, nine years later, I’ve...
- Mar 29, 2017
The Wearing of Anger
I used to get angry about issues. Offended by injustices and unrest and inequalities. About seeing anything or anyone seen as “other”...
- Mar 18, 2017
A Criticism of Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism
The recent rise in the visibility of transgender people has led feminist communities to challenge and re-conceptualise ideas about...
- Mar 15, 2017
The Double-Edged Sword of Storytelling
[Content Warning: Sexual assault] A disturbing trend has emerged in conjunction with the rise of provocative storytelling, particularly...
- Mar 8, 2017
A Self-publishing Journey - Part 6
Yesterday was the day I hoped would not come. I received a very nice letter from Kindle thanking me for my participation in the Kindle...