Revisiting 2017

Please note that this essay addresses religion and the 2017 Same Sex Marriage Plebiscite. A little over a year ago on a website that looked very different to this one, I posted a muddling and slightly incoherent essay in which I came out publicly as a bisexual woman. I say publicly because a few days… Continue reading Revisiting 2017

Short Story: Swallow

The strangest thing about the end of the world was the way in which the stars became brighter. It made sense of course, without electricity to power the cities there was nothing to create the masses of light pollution that had obscured the sky. Now, the monsters were illuminated from above, and they could only… Continue reading Short Story: Swallow