By Christos Floratos Aghast to the virus spread obtuse like a Goose on a noose, left to flutter melting in summer butter; just a mild cracked windpipe. On the mystic ball; the test cassette. Two red lines are the finish line, for the future has no warranty. Ahem, hack, achoo. Thousands upon thousands. We must… Continue reading Red Line
Check out the short story ‘The Wall’
A short story originally written in response to Trumps potential presidency. Out this Friday!
‘Grey House’ takes on the persona of a young child who eagerly goes into a new home, an apartment complex, with their mother. Rather quickly, the child becomes exposed to harsh realities and becomes disillusioned with the excitement of moving to a new place, and the conditions that led them there. What the Heck am… Continue reading Grey House – What the Heck am I Rambling About? #9
I talk about Australian Acknowledgement of Country for Indigenous people and what it symbolically means for First Nation’s peoples. (Artwork from Muru Mittigar)
Feminism as a movement has always and will continue to be about getting equality for women and advocate for the same rights and decency that men experience. Although some people think ‘Egalitarianism’ is a good word to describe it, feminism focuses on gender usually (without going too deep).
What I really like to try emphasise in a lot of my academic, creative and social thinking is that we are all political.
Why do I choose to identify on the ‘left-wing’?