After a long, anxiety-inducing summer spent isolated with my parents in our family home on the burning NSW South Coast, it seems I learned some lessons about dread and impending doom that have come in handy Continue reading Lessons We Learned
To be as honest as I can, all I wanted was to find a character who I saw myself in on some strange, chronic illness level and I’ve still yet to do so Continue reading Sick? Lit. (or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Tragedy)
For every time I caught whisper of my past lover diminishing a complex connection down to a mistake, or the times I found myself reflecting and searching for a reason to despise, I found there was less love in my heart to give. Continue reading A Piece for Past Lovers
Happy International Women’s Day! Mia Boonen & Ella Crowley have both written letters to feminism – expressing their love for womanhood and their problems with the patriarchy Continue reading IWD: Letters to Feminism
About a year ago, I wrote an article on here announcing a boycott of all line-ups without gender diversity. There have been a lot of consequences, and I thought I’d take the time to share some of them with you Continue reading Melbourne Music. A Year Later.
I feel selfish, knowing and feeling that my deepest desire is to leave behind a legacy Continue reading Legacy
You’re sitting atop buildings and looking out at sunsets and drinking beer and smoking. Continue reading A Long Time