I know it's short notice, but I only bit the bullet on the weekend about curating a Death Cafe this Saturday 20th December. I'd love it if you could join us at The Three Monkeys café for coffee/chai/milkshakes and cake/nachos/pizza in West End from 2-4pm. I want to let you know that I've had a … Continue reading Death Cafe Brisbane – this Saturday!
You know that you’re dedicated ready to be committed when you’re writing a book and the following things happen. Things that don't seem to perturb you, even though they should. - you conduct all business from bed. Phone calls, emails, conference calls, interviews, reading coroners reports and court transcripts, skype sex or any sex for that matter. - … Continue reading The perils of writing a book that can (but doesn’t always) mess with your head
West End Magazine feature: poetry in motion The West End magazine (gorgeous, glossy thing that it is) now has my story online. Thanks to Alicia Alit-Trevatt and Torsten Baumann for the images 🙂
And so the winter edition of the über glossy West End magazine has gone to print and is madly circulating. On pages 24-25 (yes, a SPREAD), you'll find a feature about my journey thus far. It's impeccably written, so I'm told and the magazine is a publication that celebrates all things South Brisbane - culture, … Continue reading West End Magazine
At the beginning of Poetry Warfare month, a new and lovely friend with one of the strongest social consciences I've ever known, suggested I do a Poetry Welfare month for May. I connected with it faster than a New York minute because I've been wanting to reach out to my community on a grass-roots level, … Continue reading Poetry Welfare month