from big cities to beach boulevards and small town basement bars // nomadism as a cure for existential anxiety

The topic of my Masters thesis is a feeling that is associated with existential anxiety and often in both psychology and philosophy considered an inevitable part of human life: not feeling at home in the world. I’ll skip elaborating on the theories behind that feeling here because I’ve been writing about it all summer and … More from big cities to beach boulevards and small town basement bars // nomadism as a cure for existential anxiety

Parisian Scenes and Packing for Edinburgh

On Wednesday evening I went to the second ever instalment of Spoken Word London at Vogue Fabrics, the sister night of Spoken Word Paris where Mike and I are hoping to perform later this year once we hit the road again. The night was rather different from most poetry nights I’ve been to – a pleasant change! Vogue Fabrics is … More Parisian Scenes and Packing for Edinburgh

There’s Always Some Sort of Blues Playing in the Streets of Big Cities

Sometimes poetry is the only thing that can set you free. I live and breathe literature. I can’t even remember the exact moment I first decided I wanted to become a writer, but it was around the time I learnt to write – perhaps the age of six. Since, I have been through phases with … More There’s Always Some Sort of Blues Playing in the Streets of Big Cities