In this reflection, I talk about my reflection’s fiction short listing, Envie Magazine, and my honours!
Tag: Social Work
Crispy Bacon – The Thought That Prompted an Hour-long Conversation
Reflecting on a moment with a Muslim Child in a workshop where Bacon was brought up as an everyday joy.
Grey House – What the Heck am I Rambling About? #9
‘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
Pride Month in Creative Writing, Academia and Social Work!
How Pride has influenced my (professional) life! Pride Month, the season of the gays, is upon us. In the spirit of pride, I will be dedicating a few more blog posts this month to queer creators!
Acknowledgement of Country – Why it matters for Us (Non-Indigenous Perspective)
I talk about Australian Acknowledgement of Country for Indigenous people and what it symbolically means for First Nation’s peoples. (Artwork from Muru Mittigar)
International Transgender Day of Visibility
I wanted to write a few words in support of International Transgender Visibility Day! As a social worker interested in LGBTQIA+ issues and working in those spaces, I try promote issues relating to the trans experience in my practice. As a writer/reader, I appreciate stories such as ‘Julian is a Mermaid’ that show and validate… Continue reading International Transgender Day of Visibility