Tough Crowd

The cavernous chasm between the haves and the have nots and how we may bridge it.

Delta Key

Experimenting with homoerotica contextualised within current communications technology format

Eighty-One Days

A D R A N Some people look to the heavens and, believing they see heaven, persecute any who do not share their vision. Some look to hell, use others, lie and betray, creating hell on Earth.But we are neither angels nor demons: we are human. Earth’s horizon is our guide-star. Prologue > System active: Please stateContinue reading “Eighty-One Days”


The golden eyes pierced his soul, what little there was of it. He could see what the beast was seeing and he wasn’t impressed, either. A puny male thing, as relevant to this scaled monster as a gnat was to him. Fight, flight or freeze? They were all irrelevant. His sword and shield dropped. HeContinue reading “Dissida”


Creative Non-Fiction: Writing Styles 🖋 Character Description Eight legs and eight eyes, she pulls the strings from behind the scenes as she stealthily weaves her webs. Fine hairs cover her body and legs, her spinnerets work flawlessly. This spider learnt to read. She worked tirelessly through the nights to save someone she barely knew. MostContinue reading “Portfolio”


Creative Non-Fiction: Personal Essay + Journal 🇯🇵 Adran Arrival Belonging is a necessity for psychological health and most seem to belong somewhere, somehow. Aboriginal Australians assert they belong to the land whereas the British-descended Australians claim the land belongs to them. The strongest sense of belonging I have is to this planet. I’m not sureContinue reading “Belonging”

John M Wenitong

A new warrior for a new age John M Wenitong is a perfect example of Australia’s cosmopolitan culture: he is parts Scottish, Aboriginal, Nepalese, Sri Lankan and Indian. Born in Gladstone in 1955, he did not discover his ancient Australian heritage until 23. At 36 he finished his degree in Literature and Aboriginal Studies andContinue reading “John M Wenitong”

The Twins and the Cave

The below story was written as a creative response to Pemulwuy Weeatunga’s The Fethafoot Chronicles: Nyarla and the Circle of Stones. I recommend his works! Prologue By wite reckoning, this year is 4518, four and a half millennia since the man called Jesus tried bringing compassion to the harsh and punitive societies of his time.Continue reading “The Twins and the Cave”