I recently had the joy of interviewing my personal friend - Connor Lockett of Outback music - an award-winning indie composer specialising in experimental sounds and an abundance of creative concepts. On top of that, he was recently hand-selected by Hans Zimmer himself for an award with Indi.com, and things are certainly looking up for … Continue reading Outback Music – an interview with Connor Lockett
Tick tock, The moon is out, Time to retreat. Ding dong, it's 9PM, Aunt Sheila's dead. Time to mourn again until morning
Dear father, the first person to break my heart, First and foremost, I'd like to thank you. The pain that you inflicted upon me earlier in life led me to grow into a strong woman. The first time I fell in love, I was already fluent in heartbreak. The way sobs rolled from my tongue … Continue reading An open letter to my father, the first person to break my heart
take three deep breaths for every one small step you make in this cluster fuck we call life. everything will be alright.
“Stop everything! It’s snowing”, squeaked the birch to the vast, naked oak as icy flakes fluttered slowly – down, down, down, to the lightly dusted ground. Snow had been long overdue. Tiny tips of green had already begun to sprout from the very ends of the birch’s branches as winter drew to a pass. The oak gently shuddered and … Continue reading Dear Birch
uneasinesswraps around every musclepulls and squeezes at each tendonembraces each boneand breaks through flesh,too tattered to be porcelain
At a meagre four years old, my mum decided that I was some kind of writing prodigy for no other reason than knowing how to spell the word "decide". I had written a short story about a duck that decided to dress up as a swan. She even showed off to my grandma, … Continue reading An introduction