I write for Folks magazine. They feature people living with disabilities or chronic illness – the stories are about who these people are, not just their diagnosis.
I’ve always had a fantastic memory. Now, I can’t remember what I had for breakfast most days. And it’s really, really scary.
Way back when I was fighting Paula Bennett, the then Social Development Minister, in the media, Labour made a lot of noise about trying to effect a cultural change at Continue Reading →
I’ve been the lucky recipient of not one, not two, but four letters from WINZ this week, each one requiring different things of me. I want people to understand how Continue Reading →
I’m one half of the Rebel Girl Reads challenge, and the first meetup is this week, so we thought we’d give a bit of a back story and a more Continue Reading →
The romance genre exists on a few ridiculous tropes, that actually normalise and perpetuate harmful behaviours. Fifty Shades is only the start of the story.