Some recent links to my writing for thejournal.ie
I’m a freelance TV and features writer based in Ireland but also covering the UK. Originally from Essex, now out in the country, Vogue Talent finalist 2013. Lover of words, particularly a good pun, can be quite sarcastic. I have written online and in print on crafts, popular culture, women’s issues, TV and entertainment for Let’s Knit, The Vagenda, The F Word, The Conversation, London Metro and Irish News Review as well as others.
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Waking up at 3am with Morrissey’s First of the Gang to Die in my head got me thinking about the new press regulations.
In which I slate “The Rules”
Caitlin Moran wrote something recently which I took to mean it’s time for ardent feminists to put down their weapons. At least for a while. We all know Caitlin has been held aloft as the face of feminism, so this might seem a bit contradictory but she’s right.
I expect something nebulous to happen as I reach 6.66km on my pedometer. It never does, but that’s what I’ve been doing in case you’ve been wondering. I’ve also been doing a bit of work here and there which is why I haven’t been here. I know, I know, it’s been awful. Anyway, I hope soon to return on a more regular basis but for the mean time you can find me writing a weekly news round-up for the Irish News Review here: http://irishnewsreview.net/category/nibs you can follow on twitter here: @irishnewsreview