Tag: the village

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One of the printer-friendly zines is published today, in S P A C E. It’s called ‘Phaerah.’ It’s the third in a series of zines set in Finnmark, a fictional landscape that’s roughly based on all my imaginings from reading The Snow Queen when I was a little kid as well as actually going myself […]

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20 Years

It’s going to be 20 years, next year, since the events of my first book, The Elopement. Which, surprising everyone (especially me), got some actual press and accolades the very week it was launched on the internet. I know that’s an unusual thing to happen, but in those days (eight years ago) I was in […]

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A random encounter, part 9,999

Today I went for a little wander and wound up discovering the best place to sit and peoplewatch–that has aircon. Normally, I prefer outdoors, the sidewalks, the street life, but it’s just really, really hot today, and midday is the hottest, and due to some various things, I needed to be out and so, I […]

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Protected: Unslowly

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S P C | The 10 best articles I’ve read since outbreak’s escalation, care to add or comment?..

S P C | The 10 best articles I’ve read since outbreak’s escalation, care to add or comment?..

[Editors note] OK. So this is a list-article I wrote, as I’ve been reading and discovering and learning and curating. Today, I am posting it in one of the emails that are going out to our virtual community, S P C. Reason I’m not just posting it wildly into the public sphere is because more […]

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Protected: #66

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Breakfast in Cambodia (2016)

Breakfast in Cambodia is a true story of disconnecting from life in a rich, Western country for one year on ‘the road’ in south and southeast Asia. Of landing in Phnom Penh, and reinventing a sense of self. What solitude, time, distance and quiet space can teach us about our innermost selves is the heart […]

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Protected: The Mirror

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