Election reaction part 2: still mad as hell

It took me six days to find a bright side to the election result. It may take longer than that for me to find something else to write about, mind, but I have at last stopped wandering around saying “that election result…jeeeez…” to every man, woman, child and pigeon that happens to cross my path.… Continue reading Election reaction part 2: still mad as hell

The personal and the political

On the magnetic board above my desk, I have a column written by Caitlin Moran at the end of 2013, about “beliefs”. (I’ll link it here, but it’s behind the Times paywall. Yes, I pay for it – I like the writers and as an aspiring writer myself*, I believe we should pay for content.… Continue reading The personal and the political