I am now officially a uni student — again.
2018 has been my most productive year for writing. As a freelance writer, I have had quite a few opinion pieces, book reviews and short
This piece was originally published on Indigenous X 29 August 2019 Over seventy Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers, poets and playwrights recently gathered in Canberra.
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
Here is another snippet of what I’m currently editing. Its some years past the previous piece I shared. Its from a work-in-progress, which will hopefully
I’ve been a bit neglectful of my blog this year. I could tell you that I’ve been on interstate-trips for the day-job, dealing with grief
Its time writers stopped cultural appropriation of First Nations peoples stories – their heritage, cultures and places. Its time to progress the conversation beyond a
As the day drew closer, I found myself having those moments, where I asked myself: What have I done? Like all things done on a whim,
Like attempting to compare a fish to a bird, Magical Realism is not akin to Fantasy. To begin with: lets remove that ‘magical’ tag that