Writing Updates!

I’ve never really done this, but seeing as I haven’t had the chance to fully promote and talk about the cool stuff that I’ve been writing and doing lately, I thought, why not? So this post will just be some pieces I’ve had published here and there the past couple of months. A wide mixture really; flash… More Writing Updates!

Review: The Elephant’s Foot by M. A. Oliver-Semenov

Published this month, The Elephant’s Foot is M. A. Oliver Semenov’s (Mao) “first and maybe final” poetry collection, filled with the vibrancy and poignancy of life. With poems that depict childhood memories of the narrator’s mother, to Skyping family on birthdays and Christmases, it provokes feelings of nostalgia through distance and time. It explores how memories are eternal and… More Review: The Elephant’s Foot by M. A. Oliver-Semenov

Review: The Blood on My Hands by Shannon O’Leary

“Set in 1960s and ‘70s Australia, The Blood on My Hands is the dramatic tale of Shannon O’Leary’s childhood years, growing up with an abusive father, who was also a serial killer. No one, not even the authorities, would help O’Leary and her family. The responses of those whom O’Leary and her immediate family reached out to for help… More Review: The Blood on My Hands by Shannon O’Leary

Unorthodox self-care tips for when you’re low

Maybe it’s just me, but most ‘how to’ articles about mental health of any sort advise people to doing things, when, from experience, when you’re low/depressed/anxious, the last thing you want to do is read articles about how you’re wasting your time lying in bed, being depressed. Don’t you know that life is flying you by and there… More Unorthodox self-care tips for when you’re low