I don’t know where home is.
Way back when (2013), I was randomly Googling ‘green smoothies’ (it was when they were the ‘new thing’, not the yawn-worthy highly Instagrammed beverage they are now). In some sort of cyber-round-about way, I ended up reading a blog post about a smoothie shop in my home town of Byron Bay called Naked Treaties. That post was written by northern New …
You may have noticed this blog has had a name change. It had been appearing under the banner ‘Anti-Princess Mama,’ but I decided that label was a little limiting. While, yes, I’m not exactly into supporting the princess machine (OK that’s an understatement), it’s such a small part of my make-up and I want to write about more than that one topic. We can’t …
It’s Day 120 since my maternity leave finished and I returned to my job as a journalist. It’s Day 46 since The Anti-Princess Club hit shelves. And it’s Day 26 since the Somerset Celebration of Literature.
Sit down. What I’m about to say may shock you.
What a whirlwind of a night. The Anti-Princess Club was officially launched at Mary Ryan’s book shop in Byron Bay (my home town).
‘GREENS WAR ON BARBIE’ the headline roared. It was the perfect front-page story in the lead-up to toy consumerism on steroids – also known as Christmas.
The organisers of the Australian Poetry Slam have uploaded the vid of my performance at the NSW Finals.