Milkboy Divine love and infernal passions play in the pastures of rural Britain. A boy dejected by his peers, a girl reaching for the cold comfort of stardom, a hag, a maid, a mother, a man imbued with the ancient spirit of nature; all players in a satyr comedy that would see an inescapable eternal cycle to our existence. "A pastiche of Mann and Machen, which owes it's foundation to the ancient Greek classics of Ovid and Aristotle, Milkboy plays with notions of love, desire, homoeroticism, narcissism, and questions the nature of manliness in the 21st century."
...but I'm almost always thinking bi. To all those who have come out, I have a question. Were you confused as a child? When playing with your hetero toys given to you by your parents, making Action Man into an interior designer or Barbie into Action Man; was this confusing? I don't remember struggling at… Continue reading I’m just not thinking straight…
"A writer is someone for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people." - (Thomas Mann.) I have used this quote before. It is something I strongly believe in and is perhaps my favourite quote. I learnt today that it was by Thomas Mann. I also learnt today that the novel I… Continue reading Writing my Way Out
"It lies not in our power to love, or hate. For will in us is over-rul'd by fate."