Burlesque Showreel, Act 2

The second effort in my ongoing project to while away the quarantine by filming a showreel of my burlesque solos. I finally accede to popular pressure and choreograph a vampire routine, with homage to a certain classic 1980s film. This is not quite the debut I wanted for this act, but it is what it... Continue Reading →

Steamboat Ellie

It took a little time (bearing in mind I wrote the thing back in 2015), but with huge thanks to the wonderful Megan Pritchard (AKA fellow burlesque dancer Flossie Smalls) for her awesome cover design, my steampunk fantasy novel is at last good to go... ************ The vengeful, disfigured Gloriana - rebel fay queen and... Continue Reading →

Extended Halloween …

How curious. Halloween has never figured too heavily on my calender until this year, which - between various horror-themed burlesque shows and alt-80s nights - may have been the Gothiest year of my life, and the extended Halloween is not quite over yet ... Yes, I am still a writer, even if I have rather... Continue Reading →

Brains, or words to that effect …

It is late in the day to be sharing this and probably pointless (few of my followers being local, or even UK-based), but just on the off-chance, or in case any of you are interested in my burlesquey misadventures, Cardiff Cabaret Club has a new show on the horizon with a deliciously macabre theme ...... Continue Reading →

Music Review – “Arboles Lloran Por Lluvia” (Helena Tulve, 2014)

I first encountered Helena Tulve’s work by accident, while searching through my local library’s depressingly small collection of female classical composers. A copy of her 2008 album “Lijnen” was all that this search yielded, although it justified the effort with its starkly beautiful, free-form works: part audio poetry or storytelling, part sound-scapes, each piece feeling... Continue Reading →

The Time-Travelling Showgirl

Being an indie author, without anyone else to worry about all the dreary marketing schtick, one has to do one's best to keep track of whether or not one's books are getting any attention. Recently, I was Googling about to see if I could find any new reviews on Wolves of Dacia, obviously searching with... Continue Reading →

Witches vs. Nazis

The annual C64 game competition now looms its head, so here is the final instalment in my "Valkyrie" series of WW2-themed games, and this time the heroine is a Soviet lesbian fighter pilot who sidelines as a white witch ... because why not? (Download from competition page. Requires a C64 emulator.) Designed on C64 SEUCK... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑