So today marks the launch of this collective. This idea came to be through the endless files of stories, poems, scripts, songs and photos in my laptop that I didn’t feel had a place. Women everywhere are creating gorgeous art and work that has no true platform, for independent female art, strong, beautiful stories of… Continue reading Editor’s Note
Crisp autumn leaves; scarves wrapped too tight; tea brewed a little too long, but just the right amount of warmth to heat you from the inside out; burnt skylines of amber cloud your vision; lakes ripple softly in the chilled breeze; the smell of damp leaves underfoot: Autumn is the season.
Sunsets are calming. No two exactly a like. A unique experience to enjoy over and over again. All over the world there are stunning sunsets. They bring us together. Whether red, pink, orange or the yellow sun setting on a blue sea, sunsets do not disappoint. The reflection of the sun on a perfectly still… Continue reading One More Beautiful Sunset: A Photo Series
cheers, it's good to hear from you empty bottle echoing on the table now wipe off the liquid from my lips with that hunger of yours the one that scratches vibrates in flakes of lights with which I'm stealing the thief's heart I got a picture of your name just need a frame, baby here… Continue reading Night Out
tonight she used a face scrub a carefully measured amount of that fancy moisturiser a routine so self-conscious that it yells ‘minamalism!’ quietly from beneath every lush pot lid not a step out of place. for her next trick- a carefully selected line-up of mug, teabag, honey, honey if you listen carefully, you can hear… Continue reading selfie-care
I’ve wanted to be a teacher since I was about seven. I don’t remember exactly when I emotionally committed to it – I wanted to be a pilot for a brief stint when I was five – but there’s a photo of me when I was in year two dressed as an old-timey (yes, that… Continue reading I want to be a History Teacher and My Future Looks Bleak