Book Review: The Honeymoon Gorillas by Rhys Hughes

I wasn't sure what to expect with this book. It's a weird western, I guess you'd call it. But it's also a bit of a post-modern hodge-podge of literary tomfoolery. The humour works around the wording of a lot of the characters and places, the figurative and literal, and it comes across very much like … Continue reading Book Review: The Honeymoon Gorillas by Rhys Hughes

Three hot new blurbs for Pixel Boy in Poetry World

Hey folks, I'm stoked to share that I've got some more prerelease feedback coming through on my new book, Pixel Boy in Poetry World (preorder from Clash Books, Indiebound, Amazon, or Amazon AU). I asked, and they delivered, and I feel truly lucky to be in contact with such kind, awesome folks. From Madeleine Swann, … Continue reading Three hot new blurbs for Pixel Boy in Poetry World

In Defense of Grandpa Joe: A Political Think Piece on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

So I noticed on twitter there was a bit of discussion taking place around the topic of Grandpa Joe in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, specifically how he stayed in bed for 20 years yet suddenly, miraculously, had the energy to get up and dance about the moment he finds out his grandson Charlie won … Continue reading In Defense of Grandpa Joe: A Political Think Piece on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory