Monthly Archives: June 2016

After the Referendum

It’s been a few days since the results of the EU Referendum came in, and I still have very few words, but plenty of feelings. I’m sad, and I’m angry. I’m sad and angry about the disgusting racism already being experienced … Continue reading

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Work in Progress: Writing Sigyn, Post Seven – Freewriting

It’s no secret to anyone who’s read any of my previous blogs on Sigyn that I’ve been finding this book more than a tad difficult to write. A few days ago, I cracked and sent a wailful email to my editor … Continue reading

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MCM London, May 2016

Team Footloose has been going to MCM London for many years now, but this May’s convention was, no lie, our best ever. Exhausting, busy, disorientating, but so much fun. We talked to loads of interesting people, quite a few of whom had already … Continue reading

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