November 11, 2013

Blog Archives

Let’s Talk

A frank and funny story about the dynamic between men and women in a haze of menthol smoke.

Fiction, Literature

Heaven Can Wait

A beautiful love letter to dance and the relationships that blur the lines of fleeting and everlasting.

Literature, Memoir


Before I begin, I have to be clear: this article is not meant to ask for forgiveness, it is not meant to place blame, incur wrath, or inflict pain. It is also not meant to take itself too seriously.

Commentary, Culture, Essays, Music

Living In A Mannequin’s World

Identity is an umbrella term that dictates value through behavioural scripts, tailored communication and cues. Our social identity can feel like a worked-in jacket or a brand new pair of socks depending on how we internalize and what we select to externalize.

Art, Art News
Screenshot from 1966 movie Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Elizabeth Taylor

{FICTION} Potemkin Villages

I can’t blow up a balloon by myself. Not all the way. So far I have sixteen grey and yellow balloons sprouting like some tumours from each kitchen wall at odd

Fiction, Literature
{Poetry} Fission

{POETRY} Fission

Man took years to split the atom. What was thought to be the smallest; Under a microscope, aiming to create what will destroy. There lies a thing.

Literature, Poetry
Blue Valentine, and Why It's Important to Break Hearts

Blue Valentine, and Why It’s Important to Break Hearts

Art, Film

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