“If Cosmos is a book about man imposing meaning upon the chaotic otherness of the world, it is also obliquely aware that it is woman who most bears the burden of that imposition, a focal point for the desires and disgusts of whole cultures.”
This summer I spent two weeks in the trees of Glen Nevis, reading and writing at Outlandia. You can read my… Read more Outlandia
A new short story published at 3:AM Magazine.
The winners of the 2016 awards all told the kind of story that seems uniquely suited to the short film format: a single solitary figure, a glimpse into a neglected life.
“Maybe the woman-child is a symptom of women’s dissatisfaction and disappointment after empty promises of power and ‘having it all’; maybe she’s a symptom of general millennial discontent and disaffection. Or maybe she’s a symptom of nothing at all but the gradual realisation that women, too, are full and multifaceted human beings who can sometimes be irresponsible dickheads.”
“The voices onstage were neither frank nor direct, but evasive and uncertain, exploring the ways in which speech is curtailed and constrained, and always full of gaps.”
A new zine seeking great writing and art that explores the boundaries between public and private, between performance and intimacy, between art and pornography.