Poetry: on a stranger who had recently made the switch from Hong Kong to Baltimore, USA. She had left someone behind her. Continue reading Hong Kong Second
Poetry: on a stranger who asked for a poem about childhood. I learnt this stranger was from Tokyo. Continue reading Tokyo
Poetry: for a stranger fascinated by the history of footsteps which fell upon the stone of Paris’ greatest cathedral. Continue reading Notre Dame
Prose: on a hitchhike race from a Bath to Paris Continue reading Hell’s Angels, Gypsies and Beer: How to Hitchhike to Paris from Bath
Prose: on the decay of hipsters, the surge of gentrification, and why you like your local bar. Continue reading London Chronicles – Vol. 4: Ode to Camden’s Barfly
Poetry: on a girl who taught me that poetry can celebrate the everyday Continue reading Can I buy you chips and take you home?
Prose: on the role of identity in the face of terrorism, and how one disassembles oneself after a crisis Continue reading London Chronicles – Vol. 3: Westbound Terror