Monthly Archives: October 2012

From the Vault . . .

I wrote a first draft of a novel for my PhD in 2007. It was bloody awful. Truly, howlingly, knuckle-gnawingly dreadful. I knew it even as I wrote it, painfully aware that I was being forced to create the source of … Continue reading

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Jealousy* (*from the Pet Shop Boys tune of the same name)

There was drama of the Perth kind here this morning. A train – pleasingly, on my train line – careered off the tracks, taking the tracks, poles, and a whole bunch of wires with it. (I don’t know what the … Continue reading

Posted in Gina Gina Gina, Ranting | 4 Comments