Myself, Miranda Sparks and Roz Quin got together on Bent TV to chat about queer storytelling!
Floodlight Viscera Volume 3 is now available in pixels and print! All FLV issues from September 2018 to August 2019 in one convenient package.
How good are libraries? Super good, turns out! On Bent TV, I chat with librarian Roz Quin about all the things you can get out of your library as a LGBTIQA+ person - and it turns out there's a lot!
I recently hosted a segment on BentTV about queer self love, and it's one of my favourite segments I've ever hosted. You can check out the YouTube video here!:
I'm very excited to let you all know that I will be performing at QUIPPINGS: REBIRTH next month! With a focus on collaboration to produce longer pieces, this performance night of queer disabled artists is going to be something very special!! Get your tickets here - and don't wait too long, because we usually sell out!
It's zine day! FLV36 is now available in pixels, print, and podcast! Read a free digital copy online via floodlightviscera.com, buy a physical copy for $2 via etsy, or listen to me read the issue via the podcast!
With issue 36, we come to the end of volume 3! I will try and have anthology options available for purchase before next month's issue!
I'm so happy to announce the release of NYM'S NEBULOUS NOTIONS, a science fiction podcast I've been working on with some friends for the past couple of years!
In Nym's Nebulous Notions we follow our intrepid conspiracy investigator Nym as she seeks The Truth about a mysterious signal that she's intercepted. We travel to a mysterious ship abandoned in the dead of space, and then ask you what exactly you expected to find there.
Oh my goodness, I'm so excited to let you all know that alongside some amazing audio artists, I will be showcasing a new piece of audio art at Late Night Lit as a part of the Emerging Writers Festival! The theme is "Yesterday", and folks, the piece I have made for this event is some of my best work, I am so proud of it.
The event is 9pm on June 20, at the Loop bar and project space in the CBD. It's completely free to attend, so if you're able, you should definitely come check it out! It's going to be a wonderful night!
Hello everyone, it's a lovely day to announce a new podcast!
I'm very excited to let you know that on June 2, Passer Vulpes Productions will be releasing NYM'S NEBULOUS NOTIONS, a quirky SciFi audio drama podcast about conspiracies, context, and jumping to conclusions.
In NNN, we follow our intrepid conspiracy investigator Nym as she seeks The Truth about a mysterious signal that she's intercepted. We will take you to a mysterious ship abandoned in the dead of space, and then ask you what exactly you expected to find there.
The trailer is now available on your favourite podcast apps, or with captions over on YouTube!
It's zine day! Floodlight Viscera #32 is now available in pixels, print, and podcast. You can read a digital copy of the zine for free via floodlightviscera.com, listen to me read the issue via the podcast, or buy a physical copy for $1 either online from etsy, or from Sticky Institute, in Melbourne.
It's zine day! FLV31 is now available in pixel, print, and podcast. Read a digital copy online for free over at floodlightviscera.com, have a listen to the podcasted edition over on pinecasts (or wherever you get your podcasts), or buy a physical copy for $1 via etsy, or from Sticky Institute, Melbourne.
Something a little bit different today - I wrote a thank you poem for Elena Fernández-Collins and Wil Williams, two of the best and sweetest journalists in the podcasting industry. Both of them have contributed so much both to the industry and to my own life, I just hope they know how much I appreciate them. You can read the poem, or listen to audio of me reading it, here.
It's zine day! FLV#28 is here in pixels, print, and podcast form. You can read a pdf copy online for free via the website, floodlightviscera.com, buy a physical copy from etsy for $1, or listen to the episode as read by me via the podcast! And of course, you can also pick up a copy at Sticky Institute, in Melbourne :)