I haven’t written in a while. I think in my heart, I must be old-fashioned because I write these posts as if they were letters to an old friend. Maybe that’s who reads them in my head.
Tag Archives: spoken word
Things have felt slightly melancholic lately.
Poet of The Week: Alysia Harris
“I love how all the constellations are named after Greek heroes. It reminds me that, even though immortal, they have vices too.” – Alysia Harris I came across Alysia Harris years ago. Her poem “Cab Rides & The Morning After” was one of the first spoken word poetry videos I discovered that was cinematic in style.Continue reading “Poet of The Week: Alysia Harris”
My Current Favourite Music to Write to
Ever feel like you just need some music to help you zone out? I got you covered!
Creating For Its Own Sake
An insightful commentary on creating for small audiences by guest contributor Maz Hedgehog.
My Rhymes & Records Goodbye Letter!
It’s going to be an emotional one…
On Name-Changes and Branding
A few things are changing around here….
Fake News – A Poem
Throwing back to this poem I wrote on fake news for The SAN Conference!
July: Monthly Write-Up!
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful July, I know I certainly have! As I’ve been getting up to quite a lot this month, I thought I’d take the time to look back and fill you in on some of my favourite moments. 4th July: My Birthday Starting the month off with a bang (literallyContinue reading “July: Monthly Write-Up!”
A Year of Poetry
Since my poetry baby Rhymes & Records turned one in January, I thought it only appropriate to commemorate this wondrous occasion in a blog post, reflecting on the year we’ve had and thanking some of the people who have been involved along the way. For those of you who don’t know: Rhymes & Records isContinue reading “A Year of Poetry”