So I recently wrote this article for Flying Solo about how important it is to have a furry companion when you’re working alone. My lovely Dad (Mr. Toon to you) then wrote this skit piece just for fun, but it was so good I felt I had to publish it. Take it away, Pa Toon. [...]
So, we did it. We raised $8305 in 14 days via Pozible and our project is officially going ahead. We now have 45 or so days left to see if we can add to our total. Any extra money we raise will be used to convert Wobbly Jim into an eBook so we can sell [...]
Have you ever noticed how much the people around you swear? Wherever I go I hear people joyously communicating through a storm of colourful language. As a non-swearer myself (most of the time), I find it somewhat unnerving, but after a little bit of reading I’ve found that saying ‘bad’ words might be good for [...]
I found out yesterday that my 10-minute play, ‘Coma Sutra’, won its week to make it into the ‘Short and Sweet’ finals in Sydney. It won first place with the judges and came third in the People’s choice vote. My good pal Nick Bolton also scooped 3rd for Mr. Pissed, which was one of my [...]
How To Push Past The Bullshit And Write That Goddamn Novel: A Very Simple No-Fuckery Writing Plan To Get Shit Done
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I’ve never been much of a team player and the idea of getting ‘involved in the community’ brings me out in an itchy rash. In fact, the word ‘community’ conjures up images of hippies weaving their own underwear or growing rhubarb: it’s just not for me. There are those who like to join in and [...]
One of my besties got married last year. She asked me to write a poem for her which I read at the ceremony (erm nerve wracking or what). I had a talented designer friend Miranda Douglas then made it look all purdy. The poem was entitled ‘He and She’. What do you think of the [...]