Podcaster and fellow WordPresser, Michelle Clonch (https://michellefightsbpd.com/) invited me onto her podcast, having read my piece about Borderline Personality Disorder and The Chameleon Effect.
How Colonialism Is Brought Full Circle By Capitalism In Television (An Excerpt from Medium)
The grim ironies and epic cruelties of reality TV shows, featuring white Americans opting out of modern, urban and suburban society, and going "off grid."
Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (An Excerpt From Feminist Flicker #112)
THIS CONTAINS SPOILERS! An excerpt from Feminist Flicker #112, on Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rose Of Skywalker.
Can We Have Movie Heroism Without The Sexism, Please? (An Excerpt)
Published recently, on Medium: Can We Have Movie Heroism Without The Sexism, Please? Most movie heroism, of men and women, is underpinned by the victimisation of women — and, ironically, that’s the only kind of gender equality in cinema The Bride (Uma Thurman) in Kill Bill It’s fairly standard Hollywood screenwriting. The hero can’t be... Continue Reading →
The Expansion Of The British Social Class Divide (An excerpt)
Published recently, on Medium: The Expansion Of The British Social Class Divide How one South East London estate came to embody the true nature of the U.K’s social housing crisis I have great privilege. At the age of 40, I own the detached home in which I live, located on a quiet street, in a... Continue Reading →
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Captain Marvel And The Patriarchal Tool (on Medium)
An excerpt from my latest piece on Medium, which digs into the way Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel slices straight to the heart of what makes Patriarchy tick: The ‘Patriarchal Tool’. It sounds like a turn of phrase you might use to refer to a misogynist troll on Twitter, or even an unpleasant and entitled... Continue Reading →
Fear, Truth, And Writing: Lessons From My First NaNoWriMo (An Excerpt From Medium)
November 2018 saw me undertake my first ever NaNoWriMo (www.nanowrimo.org). This is the National Novel Writing Month challenge that tasks writers with penning a minimum of 50,000 words in the month of November. The idea is that writing that many words will result in you having a complete first draft of a novel, on which... Continue Reading →