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Bobby Pins and Pancakes

Originally published in Melbourne-based zine, F*EMS   Your shoeless feet glide across the dusty floor as you make his Saturday morning pancakes the same floor I laid on for countless hours across the contrasting tiles dripping tears into a corded telephone...

Autumn

Originally Published in October 2017 edition of Rabelais Magazine I miss autumn. The memory of the crunching leaves and slivers of crisp air running along my neck seem so familiar but of a different time. Autumn felt different when I was a kid. It felt more apparent...

Bali One

My eyes swell, mostly from the stench of rotting flesh and decaying rubbish. Like onions, the fumes are leaking out from the streets and into my virgin eyes.  We arrived via a discount airline then hassled into a taxi. Now we’re cruising along a holey road with a man...

The dilemma of Their

We live in a marketplace of labels: a revolving door of identity, language and the elusive yet apparently definable connection we humans crave from one another. Are you my friend or my lover? Are you my spouse or my domestic partner? Am I a she or nothing of the sort?...

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