Modern Day Writer VS Eighteenth Century Writer

I admit it, I am constantly thinking about the 18th century and “olden times.” Continue reading “Modern Day Writer VS Eighteenth Century Writer”

Great Optimism Before Depression: Gatsby

An English Lit student aged under 21 years old, I’d read the Great Gatsby, a ‘great work of literature’, because that’s just what one did.  Continue reading “Great Optimism Before Depression: Gatsby”

What to write when you’re not sure?

It’s been a little while between posts. Let me tell you what’s been happening, dear reader. Well, I got attacked by a wild grizzly bear who held me down and said, “you are going to be quite busy for a few months. Updating your website with fresh content is going to have to wait until things settle down.” Continue reading “What to write when you’re not sure?”

My letter to my hometown

Dear Geelong, You are my hometown. Even more, my home. I’ve left you and moved to other cities, cities where the roofs almost touch the sky and public transport is more abundant than here. Continue reading “My letter to my hometown”

A widespread artistic affliction: silence the inner critic!

The saddest thing in art is when an artist is debilitated unfruitful by the ruling of an over-grown Inner Critic. Continue reading “A widespread artistic affliction: silence the inner critic!”