Last week I dreamed. Free from medication and its both polarising numbing and stimulating effects this experience was something both recurring and modern. I wrote it down and stuck in on Facebook. Here’s an account for those not in my loop of social media. “Dreamed last night I had to cross a rickety rope bridge,… Read More The strange persuasion of my ID
“…get a job… I don’t care what it is. I’ll sweep streets, as long as I’m paid for it”. Severna Park’s ‘Hand of Prophecy’ was one of the first sci-fi books I ever read. And, if I’m honest, one of the first books I’d read as a fully-fledged grown-up. Albeit a 19 year old one.… Read More What would you do if you were free?
I’m currently reading ‘Out With it: How Stuttering Helped Me Find My Voice’ by Katherine Preston. Television is such a voracious, visual medium, never more so than today, despite the rise of smartphones and Wi-Fi, its influences still the forefront of modern mainstream society. Being seen and being heard, and more specifically the minorities being… Read More You have to Speak in Different Ways