I wrote a poem for Stylist Magazine's first ever wedding competition...and won! Here's my entry, and a little more info.
The usual; books, films, and some truly stunning artwork. Here's everything I enjoyed in August.
I spend about 80% of my waking hours thinking about food. The other 20% of my time is actually spent eating the stuff. It was time I started reading about it, too, and Ruby Tandoh's much acclaimed 'Eat Up' seemed like the logical book to take home next.
Read More: Honest Haiku: one Honest Haiku: two Honest Haiku: three Honest Haiku: five Honest Haiku: six
At the end of last year I took an evening course titled ‘Poetry Essentials: Writing Free Verse’. It taught me a lot more than just about structure, sound, and style. I think it's about time I shared some of them with you (and reacquainted myself with them as well).
I want to talk about summertime yoga, practicing in the heatwave, and fitting in my stretches around staycations.
My latest edition of Monthly Muses is jam packed with articles, shows and creative sources that kept me busy over the last few weeks..
I've written a new original poem exploring the dichotomy of looking for love and the love of singledom.
I've got a confession to make; I'm tired of this heat wave, and I'm ready for normal service to resume.
Nuffield Southampton Theatres' latest offering is no exception. SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill is, until now, an untold story brought to life on stage through a rich feast of theatre and music. This production is something else.