This isn’t what I wanted to write about, by the way. What I wanted to write about is how there is an inherently external part to writing, and how as writers our instinct is...
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Sandwich is a short story on man’s inhumanity to man, and the hubris of modelling your passions on known failures.
My short story ‘Nick Cave Takes a Bath’ has made its concert debut. It is a thrilling tale of speculative hygiene.
I’m posting this as much for posterity (because this is a forgetful turnip), but I won two awards at the 2020 Fitzpatrick Awards: Best Satire and Serious Subeditor.
‘Candid Communication vs. Elaborate Eloquence’ is an ex–post facto collaborative piece wherein the title was selected by a third-party without consultation between finalising and publication. In a perfect world, it would be called ‘Clear...
‘Staring into the eyes of many strangers to know oneself’ is a snapshot of truthful representation in the Zoom age and the frustrations that entails.
‘The Final Wall’ is a fictionalised account of a genuinely real historical event that definitely actually happened.
‘Losing Grip’ is a short story about a man who wakes up one morning holding a hand grenade.
‘Languagely’ is a piece of corporate copywriting featured in an advertisement for the most tremendous innovation of our time.