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
Prose: on meeting a subterranean society of poets, and semantics on the word ‘chips’ Continue reading London Chronicles – Vol. 2: Chips
Prose: introducing London Chronicles, and on the significance of train stations, and the people found in them. Continue reading London Chronicles – Introduction & Vol. 1: 18:24 to London Paddington
Poetry: free verse on the fall of bars, art and culture in London. Structure inspired by the Romantic movement. Continue reading In Ode of the Camden Barfly