16/05/2018 This blog saved my life a long time ago. I started it in 2009 and blogged commentary (mostly in poetry) which lead to my emancipation from cultural conformity and then an eventual career as a freelance opinion writer, essayist and journalist. In 2016, after 80,000 visits, I closed the blog to focus on my opinion writing. However, times have changed today. Journalism is dying. And so the need for this blog to be woken from the dead has become apparent to me. And so I find myself back here, again.

Terrorist (a poem)

You think you are so fucking smug, but you are the just phlegm spat out the other end of propaganda You think you have achieved, my friend? You haven’t achieved anything at all You had your whole life ahead of you & you flushed it down, into the mouths of hungry politicians I am not [...]

By |March 17th, 2019|Categories: Poems (R rated)|0 Comments

My unforgettable night – Melbourne book launch Just Give Me The Pills

I started writing this as a Facebook post and then I thought to myself that this deserves a blog post because last night, my Melbourne launch of Just Give Me The Pills, was just - wow. Probably in terms of my career, last night was one of the most powerful nights of my life. It [...]

By |December 3rd, 2018|Categories: Creative commentary|0 Comments

Why don’t you piss in my mouth? / Γιατί δε μου κατουράς μέσα στο στόμα? (poem)

This poem is response to the product "Body Jane" which received EU funding. The product can be purchased as a drink bottle or a urinal. You can read more about it here in English or Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες κάντε κλικ εδώ here in Greek. This isn't the first time this has happened. In 2012, a [...]

By |October 7th, 2018|Categories: Poems (PG rated)|4 Comments

Tell It Like It Is: SEXPO confessions of a Greek poet

When I was twenty-three I attended SEXPO for the first time as a married woman and it was my first experience of seeing sex other than the sin/purity teachings of the Greek Orthodox religion. So attending SEXPO as an author and divorced woman many years later is my way of giving back at a grassroots [...]

By |June 19th, 2018|Categories: Events|3 Comments