The story of my on/off relationship with poetry, plus a chapbook of some of my work.
A simple challenge: your entire music taste, encompassed in 10 songs.
The life story of a man I shared dinner with.
A blog post where I look at my tendency to obsess over things - politics to photography.
A short piece of reflection on my first two months in France, and a walk I took to the beach today.
Deadly Words: A blog dedicated to people and their stories.
Last week, out of the blue, a friend asked if I wanted to come with her to Angoulême over the weekend. Naturally, as I'd never even heard of the place, I said yes without hesitation.
In recent weeks, I've found myself in a serious rut. I haven't been writing to write, or creating to create. I've been too preoccupied with my camera, neglecting everything else. The paradox is that I haven't even uploaded the majority of my photos, and I've come to a realisation - I've been bogged down by … Continue reading Blog: How to Break a Self-Imposed Routine
(Disclaimer: I know it's Saturday - as detailed on the Deadly Words Facebook page, I had serious connectivity issues last night!) This week's photos are going to be hard to whittle down. I would probably use up the vast majority of my WordPress data allowance if I uploaded the sheer number of things I've shot … Continue reading Photo Friday, Week 6: A Taste of France
As I write this, I'm sitting at my desk in my 6th floor studio in La Rochelle. The sun is slowly falling over the city, golden light softening the silhouettes of the buildings ahead. Birds fly parallel to my window. This week's Photo Friday doesn't contain any of the typical landmarks one can find here … Continue reading Photo Friday, Week 5: Arrival