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Oliver Sacks and the Passing of Great Writers

As much as I love to read and to write, to engage with the literary with the most breadth possible, I am yet to read the work of Oliver Sacks, who passed today. 310 more words

Literature

Fighting Things

Would it be possible for you to listen?

Come up with a sound in your mouth that,

When vocalized,

Doesn’t burn my ears.

Would it possible for me to talk? 290 more words

Literature

Diary

i.

May god crush
and stain all your sins,
rendering the pages unreadable
when we were unlucky enough to meet.


ii.
May god crush
and stain all your sins, 16 more words

Poems

The Unfinished Portrait of Bankside Gallery

Anyone who follows my other blog, the book reviewing Fell From Fiction, will know that I am a sucker for anything Agatha Christie wrote. It came to my attention this week that, in honour of the 125th anniversary celebrations of her life, there was an exhibition called “Agatha Christie: Unfinished Portrait” on in London so I naturally dropped everything and had to go see it. 842 more words

Alcohol

Introductions All Round?

Good evening, dumela and kia ora!

This blog is (hopefully) in aide of my Final Project for my Travel Writing course (more on that later), but is mainly aiming to be a platform for me, KayCloud, to share my literary output with the hopes of improving and discovering my authorial voice.  150 more words

Introductions

"The Japanese Lover" by Isabel Allende

There are very few authors of Isabel Allende’s talent, which means this is a very special novel indeed. Allende’s writing is complex and her characters well crafted and come to feel like old friends. 157 more words

Fiction

Recycled Moments

A recycled moment.
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