Science fascinates and confounds me. How do we know there was a big bang? How can a mathematical equation predict a black hole? If the universe is expanding, what is it expanding into? It's why I took the family along to the Plenary at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre... Read more →

Eye to the Telescope is an online journal form the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association that has been publishing speculative poetry since 2011. They publish science fiction, fantasy and horror and even pay their authors for their poems! Each issue has a different editor which keeps things fresh and... Read more →

Photo credit: Helena Plazza Photo credit: Rowan White Last night saw me at Hares and Hyenas in Fitzroy, getting ready for In Bed with Amy and Friends as a part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Amy Bodossian is an incredibly talented and creative soul who can sing, write phenomenal poetry... Read more →

I'm not sure what is about certain poems. You know the ones - they've got something about them that you feel says something important. So you keep dusting them off and sending them in to journals and competitions hoping that they will find the reader they're looking for. Way back... Read more →

Third time lucky they say and they're right. I booked tickets to see Hamilton in Sydney last year in May and then we were locked down. I spent hours agonising over choosing our seats (stalls or balcony?) for the best view. Then took out a small loan and hit book.... Read more →