Drowning Gull issues you may have missed, goodbyes, hellos…
So yet again, I have neglected this blog. But I’m back again to share some publication news.
I wish I could say I’ve been meaning to post for a while, but that isn’t the case. School started again on January 30, and ever since then I’ve been caught up in a whirlwind of homework and assigned reading. I know… Excuses, excuses. There’s always something keeping me, isn’t there? I’ve been cooped up in my… Continue reading When School Starts, Life Ends… And Other Stuff.
Image Source 2016 is finally over, people say. 2016 was a horrible year, people say. Yes, it is. And maybe it was. We said goodbye to Prince, David Bowie, Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds… Etc, etc. But we should probably focus on the more positive things, says my brain’s positive counterpart (maybe I’m just saying that because I was never really a… Continue reading New Year, New Me! (Not.)
Yesterday afternoon, I finally published of the Drowning Gull’s second issue centred around nature! I absolutely adore the cover art, and the pieces within are spectacular. Click on the cover image to be taken to the issue. I think I’m so proud of this issue because I was worried that we would find nothing we or… Continue reading Issue #2 of The Drowning Gull is live!!
Hey! If you follow the blog of my literary magazine, The Drowning Gull, or you’re one of my co-workers, you’ll know I always speak highly of Orooj-e-Zafar. She’s a Pakistani spoken-word poet and all-round wonderful person who I met via Raquel Thorne (who I met because I started doing some spoken-word poet interviews… the irony!) Anyway, I… Continue reading The Life Story of Orooj-e-Zafar
Long time no see! I’m back to do a big promo-thingo for my lit-mag, The Drowning Gull. We’ve been busy over the past few months: developing blog posts, reading submissions and planning exciting things. I’ve come back with something a little different, this time. Once I got home from school this afternoon, one of the… Continue reading A Little Lit-Monster Heard It On The Grapevine…