I was very honoured recently when the fabulous editors at Twisted Sister Lit Mag reached out to me regarding my Feminist Flicker column on Channillo.com. As fans of the series, they wondered if I would be willing to provide an excerpt for them to share with their readers – and I was happy to oblige. … Continue reading
The latest instalment of my quarterly series, How To Wear Odd Socks is now available on the subscription site Channillo, and is called Murder In Eltham. It centres on the 1993 murder of Stephen Lawrence, and the wider context in which that crime occurred. You can read the whole series by becoming a Channillo subscriber – … Continue reading
I have recently been working with Stephanie Price at California State University – San Marcos – in her work to develop a new scale in psychiatric assessments, for people with diagnoses such as Borderline Personality Disorder and depression. The study is now moving into a new phase, and I was asked to share this invitation … Continue reading
How “the greater good” has always served to perpetuate white male privilege, and why it’s time the world tried something different. Continue reading
I write a quarterly series on the subscription website, Channillo, entitled How To Wear Odd Socks. It is an autobiographical story about events that have shaped my mental health, the manifestation of my Borderline Personality Disorder, my diagnosis, and my move towards sustainable recovery. Chapters from various life-stages are interspersed with a practical view of the illness itself, and methods of management.
The latest chapter is now live on the site, and details the key features of Borderline Personality Disorder, comorbid conditions, and the ways in which it all intersects, in a wobbly web of the mind.
Here is an excerpt from that chapter, which hopefully contains some useful information, and provides an idea of what you can find in this series
A feature written for http://www.wegotthiscovered.com , in which I detail how the screenwriters of the Captain America trilogy have crafted one of the best film series in recent memory, within the confines of a cinematic universe of fluctuating quality. How Captain America Became The Best Part Of The MCU