Flash fiction for you to read: The Blood Bloom

This is a flash fiction piece I wrote about a Winter Solstice ritual for regeneration, healing, and renewal. I posted the zine version of the story for solstice- here. I hope you like it. The Blood Bloom A hard fact about gardening is you have to cut, sever and kill to create a strong and… Continue reading Flash fiction for you to read: The Blood Bloom

A Zine for you on Winter’s Solstice (Southern Hemisphere): The Blood Bloom

A while back I fell in love with Kelly Reiherich's collage artwork. I'd been following her since her 'meat' image, which I think works so well on so many levels, but this collage image of the hand holding the heart flower really inspired me. I wrote this story to go with it. It's called The… Continue reading A Zine for you on Winter’s Solstice (Southern Hemisphere): The Blood Bloom

Book Review: Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë (1847)

Oh my! I read this years ago and came away with the impression it was a ghost story with some really messed up relationships, rather than a romance. I remember the first time I read about Cathy haunting Mr. Lockwood at the start of the novel, how her wrist is torn on the jagged window,… Continue reading Book Review: Wuthering Heights Emily Brontë (1847)