Dear pet crematorium Can you please talk me through The four poems you gave me Three apparently written by my dead cat Two of them addressing me as ‘mum’-?
I have good news and bad news The good news is there is an afterlife And pets get there too The bad news is that in the afterlife There is really mawkish poetry Dear pet crematorium Thank you for returning my cat’s ashes Along with a candle and a white flower (That was a nice … Continue reading Necrokitty Comic Sans
I played a gig at She Grrrowls spoken word on the 5th of October - it's a different host and different booked acts every time - as well as open mic slots. Really lovely night - highly recommended. It's all run by Carmina Masoliver. The night I was on was hosted by multiple slam champ Cat Brogan, … Continue reading Videos: Kiss and Tetris
An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein by Shel Silverstein A Forgotten Classic I am forever grateful to my university's drama society for putting on An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein, and opening my eyes to the wonder of Uncle Shelby's adult stuff. Quick word of warning: this is a lot closer to Freakin' at the … Continue reading Book Review: An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein
This article originally appeared in Bad Reputation - a feminist pop-culture adventure on 07 August 2012. The Edinburgh Fringe has begun! I’m not there yet – I’ll get there next Saturday – but the Twitter updates from friends there are already making me jealous and nostalgic in almost equal measure. This year will be my … Continue reading Beginner’s Guide to the Edinburgh Fringe
This article originally appeared in Bad Reputation - a feminist pop-culture adventure on 21 April 2011. Q: How many feminists does it take to change a light bulb? A: THAT’S NOT FUNNY! I love live comedy, honest I do. I spent two weeks at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year and I’ll be there for … Continue reading Cruel Comedy: A Lower Low