I recently went along to ‘How to be a Badass’ training, which was provided by Liverpool Girl Geeks and led by Jenny Radcliffe.More?
Making new years resolutions – and, crucially, following them – has never been a strong suit of mine. So this year it’s an easy one – 50 pieces of art inspired by cats. Want to join me?More?
Today is Ada Lovelace Day! Which makes it the perfect opportunity to re-share my recent blog for the Liverpool Girl Geeks about the incredible, unique woman herself. She was a fascinating subject to research! Link on the picture: … More?
This is not an original idea whatsoever – I have seen it done at least in Doctor Who and Avatar, and I’m sure many more. It’s like a dream place for book lovers! I was thinking about it one night … More?
My guest edited edition of the fantastic Snippets. My chosen theme was fandom, and the whole thing is just great!More?
Revenge. That’s what keeps me going. hat gets me out of my shitty bunk each morning. The single, solitary thought that one day I’m gonna get my hands on those sons of bitches, and make them pay. Grab a smoke. … More?
The Liverpool Girl Geeks were kind enough to allow me to write this for their blog – my list of the best fictional women in 2015More?
I’ve been having great fun with Death To Stock Photo’s writing prompts on Medium. This was a response to the “Safe Space” prompt.More?
She was my second love, after scotch. When you’re alone so long you get used to it; eventually you forget what you’re supposed to be missing out on. You adapt. Learn to thrive. Learn to wear your lonliness like a scarf. Whisky helps.More?
Michael Patrick Rogers’ second indie game, The Grandfather.More?
So, this is going to be difficult. I don’t like talking about myself, especially in any kind of public way, but I felt that my lengthy absence from writing warranted some form of explanation – even if just to myself. … More?
Michael Patrick Rogers’ The Lady is a remarkable approach at dealing with depression and anxiety. May be triggering?More?
His hands trembling, he raised his pen – that very fountain pen he had so desperately coveted from his mother’s desk, but that now filled him with regret and longing – and dipped it into the inkwell, taking care to remove any excess ink from the nib. He wouldn’t want to get this wrong; he only had one chance.More?
Strip-tease queen Catherine D’Lish spills the beans on her glamorous life.More?
This is the article version of my dissertation about women and video games.More?
My look at Riot Grrrl, the music scene that helped shape feminism.More?
The diary of Mrs Samsa, partly in haiku form – because.More?
First published on One&Other, available here – http://www.oneandother.com/articles/why-i-love-york-jenny-mugridge/ When I’m asked why I moved to York for university, I always say the same thing – that as soon as I stepped out of the incredible train station to see flowers … More?
First published in Cut Out + Keep’s Snippets – thanks to Cat and Tom for letting me post it here too! Original article – http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/snippets/issue21/ghost-hunt Awarded the prestigious title of “most haunted city in England” by the GRFI (Ghost … More?