Earlier this year, The Great Outdoors magazine teamed up with Black Girls Hike to run a writing competition. I was thrilled to be chosen as one of the winners :)
Hope & Laundry is a zine about searching for change in the laundrettes of Brighton & Hove. It’s about following fear to find hope. Born out of connections made with dozens of customers and laundrette workers, Hope & Laundry is inspired by different conversations and encounters around, and about, the city’s laundrettes.
I'm so excited to be one of six socially engaged artists working on QDT Laundrette - a project produced by Arts organisation, Quiet Down There CIC.
My contribution to the project will take a writing focus and I'm really looking forward to engaging with local Brighton laundrette staff and customers and seeing what stories arise or what poetry appears...
One summer evening at the Women of Colour group I go to, I had the pleasure of meeting Amy Solis from Writing our Legacy, an organisation who support and connect BAME writers in the South East. Over winter, Writing our Legacy has been running workshops in collaboration with different writers - giving BAME people a… Continue reading Hidden Sussex
March 23rd marked 3 years ago that 23 strangers (one of them being me!) walked into 'Eden' for the first time - a 600 acre remote site on the west coast of Scotland - where we intended to live off-grid and cut off from the world for 1 year. A year later, the 10 of us… Continue reading Who are we now?
The last few months, a lot of my time has been taken up with running! I'm preparing to run a half marathon in Hampshire on June 17th and have decided to raise some funds for Samaritans whilst I'm at it. As it's Mental Health Awareness week, I’ve decided to share some of my own story… Continue reading Running for Samaritans
Two years on from the day I walked into Eden, I'm reminiscing about the house I built there... For me, a large part of the appeal of Eden was having the opportunity to build a home and live in it. This has long been a dream of mine, probably partly inspired by my parents’ story. My… Continue reading The Tree House