A poem exploring love and betrayal through a prominent North Wales myth.
In the midst of a pandemic and the start of a deep recession, no shop is safe from permanent closure. From big corporates like Debenhams and Thomas Cook to small, independent shops, few businesses can feel fully confident in their survival – especially if they don’t have an online presence yet. In many ways smaller … Continue reading 5 ways to support local businesses during uncertain times
Earth Overshoot Day happened on August 22nd. Does permaculture present a way of pushing this date back again?
A poem contemplating the meaning behind a storm, its significance and what it means for humanity.
What is food seasonality and how does it impact the environment? This blog post tells you all you need to know.
The beautiful magazine, Popshot Quarterly, will be publishing my poem 'Disperse' in their Freedom Issue.
With the often high cost of eco-friendly and plastic-free products, what can we do to change our lifestyles without spending a fortune? Here are five sustainable changes you can make without even touching you purse.
Aloe Magazine is a new publication borne from lockdown. The magazine is aptly named for the aloe plant's ability to ‘thrive in difficult conditions’ and its common indoor growth. I submitted to Aloe because it’s such a fantastic idea for encouraging creativity in a time so bleak and miserable. I was thrilled to discover that … Continue reading Poem to be published in Aloe Magazine
I am pleased to announce that a poem written during my Creative Writing MA will be published in the next issue of Structo! Structo was one of the first literary magazines I picked up, and I instantly fell in love with its simplistic yet striking front cover, layout, and general aesthetic (I was also particularly … Continue reading Poem to be published in Structo
Sustainable, organic, natural, eco-friendly... do any of these words mean anything, or are they just marketing ploys?