Last week, I tweeted about going to the gym. Weirdly, I was pretty damn excited about it. I used to go a lot, but my health put paid to that. As Continue Reading →
GUEST POST: Please welcome Briar Lawry, Wellington writer and bookseller, invisible illness advocate, and voice in the Chrohns-Colitis community.
When I first got sick, I used to make jokes about my extensive medicine cabinet, which, at that point, was a drawer with about three packages of pills in it. Continue Reading →
It’s Canon Media Award time again, when we all get to pontificate on the role of the Fourth Estate and its grisly demise into advertising-sodden “digital content.” I’m being harsh. Continue Reading →
This is an extremely generic headline and the following post will of course not be relevant to all disabilities or illnesses. I started making a list of practical items that Continue Reading →
I’m reading a book about writing. I do that a lot. It’s a good excuse for not writing, because at least I’m reading about writing, so I’m doing something productive, right?
The only problem with having the comments turned off here is: I don’t hear from you. As a writer, I know that this is both difficult and inevitable. You put your Continue Reading →