Wendy Waters is the best unpublished writer I know. Read more »
Archive for May, 2012
This is the first chapter from ‘Catch the Moon, Mary’, by Wendy Waters, as promised.
At its best, his soul was in flashing, quivering, constant motion: the gold, yellow, white and silver light of it darting about like fish in a sunlit bowl. But this interminable quest had dimmed and contracted him.
One of the world’s most gifted musicians, Joshua Bell, stood and played a succession of classical masterpieces on a $3.5 million dollar violin and was ignored by everyone, except a small child. Read more »
The Gaslight Anthem’s new album, ‘Handwritten’, is on the way. In the interim, we have the new single, “45″.
Sometimes, I imagine that if I could open my heart, it would sound like this; passionate, lyrical, and full of crunch and grind.
(Click on the link, dummy).
Emily Friedel is Australia’s only Master of Sport in Girevoy, the sport of Kettlebell lifting. She placed first in her event at the WKC World Championships in 2010 and 2011 and also holds the official Australian women’s record for 24kg snatches. Read more »
One of the most interesting aspects of reading is that sometimes you might read something and, regardless of whether you enjoy it or not, it begins to creep into your thinking. You start to see it everywhere; kind of like when you’re walking the streets in a strange country and you feel as if you keep catching glimpses of people you know. Read more »