The status quo is having a status update, and those with old world power cannot delete that.
As usual for me, I’m already plotting and researching the next book, whilst still finishing the current manuscript. And, as usual for a writer drawn
The last couple of weeks I’ve been peeking through the growing pile of debts, at my computer screen – reading arts grants, job pages, and
Did you hear the news? They found… A pile of discarded clothes. An old drunk. A crumpled bird. A boy. Did you hear he took….
An ancient ocean roars under the red dirt. Hush. Be still for just a moment. Hear its thundering waves crashing on unseen shores. This vast
You know that saying…..the one about cups. Well, it’s always bothered me. My cup is neither half full, or half empty. I’ve suspected for a
Despite the rain, work and family commitments, I’ve clocked just over 30 kms on my new toy. I should really be sharing how many words
Day 9 of my road-trip into outback Australia, and I was heading south again; back through familiar territory. Cruising down the Stuart Highway on a
A lot has happened since last week. I’m still on that cliff, wondering whether I will fly or flop. The way ahead remains unclear, but
I find myself perched at the edge of a cliff. Seems like I’ve been here before. Not this overhang, but one similar. A few moments
When we look back on what has brought us to here, we may recognise the many people who helped us to develop a passion or the skills
An occupational hazard of being a writer is unintentionally cutting oneself off from the world. Which then cuts off the connection to catalysts for
When I signed up to be part of the Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop, hosted by Book’d Out (click on below image), I had
Traces of stories linger in the most unexpected places Stories are everywhere. I re-discovered this when I became a weaver of baskets. I say ‘re-discover’