Year: 2019

Poetry

Departure. A poem.

He said he was coming back. That man of ill repute. That man of few words. The strong hero whom she loved. His large hands lifting her up high beyond the colourfully painted floor, That she could no longer see. The spilt oils and upturned turpentine, Smearing out of the canvas like a snake. He […]

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Blog

It was a privilege to be asked to write for The Cancer Society in 2019. The organisation which helps those affected by the disease and their loved ones. In a world oversaturated by information and media, what a great challenge to bring the Cancer story back to the forefront. To invigorate discussion, research and donation. […]

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Flash Fiction

Beach Patrol. Flash Fiction.

James Brogley liked the beach. A short pale, flabby guy, he felt the lifeguard uniform gave off heroic vibes. He wore the long-sleeved jersey and pants rather than the speedos. He spent his days on Bondi Beach, well away from the real lifeguards as once he had been stopped to explain why he was not […]

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Screen Play

Part Time Zeus

An Oscar winner must revaluate her success in the light of the #metoo movement if she is to find work after forty. Genre: Fiction/Drama 40k words / screenplay 100 pages.

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New Writing

Space Tourist

When a scenic trip goes wrong leaving a billionaire and a lottery winner adrift above the earth, it takes a feat of human determination to survive. Genre: SciFi/Action 40K words

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Review

The Fatal Shore – Robert Hughes.

My introduction to Hughes was, like most art students, loud bold and uncompromising. Shock of the New both in print and television became the basis for my exposure to modern art…

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