It’s so strange having no time for anything (ever) but still managing to get a few things published.
Tincture Journal, the brain-child of Sydney-based editor Daniel Young, is up to its sixth issue. It’s a lovely online publication which agrees with any format of eReader you prefer, and contains high quality writing. I’m chuffed to be published alongside Tiggy Johnson in this issue. My poem is about the anatomy museum at Melbourne University, and how horrific bodies can be.
I’ve also got a piece in the forthcoming collection (hard copy and digital), Jumble. This project, started by Canberran babes Yasmin Masri, Farz Edraki and Zoya Patel, brings together recipes and memoirs by first, second and third-generation migrants under the age of 35. My piece is about watching my dad mix sauces for patatje flip (Dutch fries and mayo/satay sauce) using Australian ingredients. Jumble is crowd-funding its production and payment for contributors; if you’d like a copy, your donation can get you one.