The recently released Windmills edition 11 includes my poems ‘papillon’ and ‘unsmoteable’. Windmills is a fantastic little zine published by Deakin University, Geelong.
Flasher fiction are short bursts of fiction 50-500 words long. Check out my piece ‘Hallow’ at Seizure online.
page seventeen issue 10 launched today, including my short story ‘Once’.
Here’s a freestylin’ freeformin’ poetry piece I wrote for The Arts Centre Gold Coast for their Sexualising the City exhibition, which runs from October 20 – December 2.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in Australia and are estimated to affect 1.3 million adults every year. Michelle Graeber has been CEO of the Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria (ARCVic) for five years.
For almost two years I lived in a small village on a remote island in the middle of the Pacific.
Here I worked with some of the most inspiring women in the world.
I’ve always maintained I’m not a dog person. I mean this in both the general ‘just not that into dogs’ way but also in the more cinematic Dog Soldiers/Wolfman sense.
An open letter to High School PE Classes, published on ivillage.com.au.
Dear High School PE Classes (or The 2 Hours a Week I Magically Had My Period. Every Week.)
A piece I wrote for mamamia.com.au about the femin-ethical dilemma of getting free stuff because you are a laydee.
As I spent roughly 24 hours in Papeete, Tahiti I can provide a pretty succinct summary of my activities…