What can be learned from the suffering of the rich? Listen now (8 min) | How I was cheered up by an article that argued I needed to make £300k to live comfortably in London
Friday Poem: On Jordan Peterson’s assertion on Question Time that racism should be tackled on an individual level because the concept of st…Listen now (6 min) | A poem followed by a blog
Friday Poem: Declared GoodsListen now (1 min) | We never count how many “goods” we utter each day. Good morning. Good weather. Goodnight, sweetheart. The Lord looked upon his cre…
Writing for The BeastListen now (5 min) | How W.S. Graham’s The Beast in the Space can help orient the writer in a hyper-connected world
Friday Poem: The Good NewsListen now (1 min) | I pass him at the same time most mornings, pacing, proselytising, jeans turned up, casual shirt ironed, unlike mine, and I think a…
Remembering the Ice Bucket Challenge after watching Jordan Peele’s UsListen now (5 min) | The following blog contains spoilers for the Jordan Peele film, Us. Being so-on-the-button with the latest trends and cultural hap…
Poem in which the dove that Roy Batty releases at the end of Blade Runner develops an unquenchable thirst for power and becomes TwitterListen now (1 min) | I didn’t ask for a hand that has made murder to clamp down my wings and tail feathers as the ubermensch that caught me attained sa…
What Blade Runner 2049 says about quitting social mediaListen now (10 min) | Do Androids tweet electric hot takes?
The Good Life was so bad, it made me want to quit streaming.Listen now (6 min) | In the years since I returned to gaming, I have enjoyed reading reviews or comments online about really bad games. Not disappointi…
The Moon is not a ClichéListen now (1 min) | A public service announcement
Poems written during Wednesday’s live stream (15/10/21)Listen now (4 min) | One last visit to the Lake
Why being a scenester isn’t always an option for introverted artistsListen now (6 min) | Not wanting to create within the context of a collective is not always a case of the “lone genius”