Sandwich is a short story on man’s inhumanity to man, and the hubris of modelling your passions on known failures.
Losing Grip is back in black, baby! Reprinted courtesy of Defenestration Mag, Losing Grip is the story of a man who wakes up one morning with a grenade in his hand.
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.
‘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.
‘Extension Email Gets Existential’ is a sneak peek into the mind of a chronically procrastinatory perfectionist.
‘Woah to No’ is a short pseudo-realist piece about one person’s struggle against a privitised public transport system.
‘Languagely’ is a piece of corporate copywriting featured in an advertisement for the most tremendous innovation of our time.