Theatia Podsie Festival

I’m very excited to announce that three of the original radio plays from the Vintage Voices series have been commissioned by the Someone New Theatre Company to be performed as a part of the Theatia Podsie Festival in Geelong. The performances will run from the 4th to the 12th June 2021. A series of three […]

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Vintage Voices

Vintage Voices is a collaborative project between Griffith Pioneer Park Museum and GRAPA, telling tales based on real histories of Griffith through the nostalgic radio play. There was a time when the wireless was king. The family ritual of gathering around the radio set was at the heart of households, tuning in to their favourite […]

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Spring Update

Hey everyone, Winter is finally over, the sun is shining and the weather is heating up! I hope your mood is as solar-powered as mine and you’re feeling hopeful for the future! Here is a little update on what I have been working on and what I’m up to in the next few months. Thanks […]

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The Imperfect Collection: FIVE

I wrote this short story for an online competition. It was a 55 hour fast fiction challenge and the prompts were as follows: Your story’s first word must be FIVE. Your story must include something being replaced. Your story must include the phrase A SILVER LINING (‘a’ or ‘the’ is fine). Word limit = 500 […]

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Hello & Welcome

Hello and welcome to my freshly updated website! The world has changed since I last posted on here (a long while ago) and what this changed world has given us all is a lot more time. I’ll admit, ever since life has shifted into the COVID-19 world I haven’t felt like writing. I haven’t felt […]

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Earth has only one natural satellite, the Moon. However, this week in honour of Earth Day I scrolled across an animation of the man-made NASA operated satellites that are currently orbiting around the Earth. At present, NASA has a fleet of 18 satellites above us, including of course, the International Space Station. I have to […]

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