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Release Day for 'Luna Tango' by Alli Sinclair...

Hello Alli and congratulations on the release of your debut novel, ‘Luna Tango’.

What was the first story you ever wrote?

The one I remember clearly is a story I wrote one day after my family had dragged me to an AFL match. 1,354 more words

Making Dreams Come True at St. Joseph’s Indian School

Isn’t it just amazing how sometimes a plan comes together?! And how quickly it can happen? Don’t you find yourself saying No way!?

St. Joseph’s Development or Business Office had… 238 more words

Native American

Making a career change through the Graduate Academy: My Experience

By Julian Evans

After graduating with a Physics degree from the University of Birmingham in 2011, I went abroad for two years to study an Erasmus Mundus Masters’ course in Materials Science, a chance to experience life in four countries and meet people from many more, learning to speak various languages in the process. 509 more words

GO Wales

Textile artist Sunrita discusses the solace and beauty to be found in needlework

Doing needlework is a beautiful way to spend time, and be with oneself. It is a habit I have grown with, along with cats and dogs. 468 more words


She/Folk, August Guest Bloggers for Bird Trouble.




She/Folk is a women’s creative collective that aims to fuel female empowerment. By sharing ideas and working together, we form a great network of inventive women who support and honor one another.

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How to win at media work experience - making the most of summer placements

Having just graduated with a first class degree in Music Journalism (not to mention three wonderful years on the editorial team of T’Hud magazine), I think I’m now fairly qualified to say that three years of study, however innovative, exciting and ultimately useful, are not the entire answer when it comes to getting a media job. 809 more words


Guest post: Best things to do in Tiong Bahru, Singapore

Former resident Sam Poullain gives a guided tour of this Singapore suburb: from indie bookshops to the city’s best croissant, here are some of the reasons why Tiong Bahru is Singapore’s coolest hangout.  687 more words