What Now?

Yesterday I posted an update on what I've been up to writing and publishing wise these past few months while I've been quiet on the blog front. With the publishing of Bedouin Boy on Halloween and Grave Bargains on Friday the 13th of November, my publishing goals for the year have wrapped up, but its... Continue Reading →

An Exotic History in Australia

American touring ensembles were responsible for bringing vaudeville-style theatre Down Under, and the popularity of Shakespearean plays and opera performances increased. https://youtu.be/puwVhe-Vm-A The gold rushes of the 1850s brought a growth in population to Australia, and there was a growing demand for entertainment. However due to the disruptions of World War 1, the first decade... Continue Reading →

Stripping in the age of the Me Too movement

New book gives insight into the stripping industry in Australia At a time when women’s rights are being highlighted daily in the media, Paid To Dance: Asha's Story Part Two offers a comprehensive insight into the stripping industry, allowing readers to make up their own minds about whether it is liberating or degrading to women,... Continue Reading →

Happy International Nurse’s Day

Saturday 12th of May was International Nurses Day, celebrating the contribution that nurses make to societies around the world. Organised annually by the International Council of Nurses, the date has a very strong significance, being the birthday of perhaps the world’s most famous nurse, Florence Nightingale. I had been wanting to create a special post... Continue Reading →

Club Owner Slams Daylight Domestic Violence Protest

CCTV has captured a group of women allegedly vandalising a Brisbane strip club accusing the business of 'inciting violence against women'. Domestic volence??? These women have chosen to victimise a place of business and its workers in protest of victimisation. The blatant result of a lack of proper knowledge of the industry and its workers.... Continue Reading →

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