I’ve been writing letters since primary school. Many were never delivered but the simple act of putting pen to paper was often cathartic, challenging, insightful, therapeutic and more. When Cicerone Journal put out a call for its Living Letters project, I instantly knew who I wanted to write to. You can read my letter to Holden Caulfield here.
“A heartfelt personal reflection on time, isolation, and the changes in parent-child relationships framed by the challenges to emotional wellbeing that COVID-19 has forced us to consider.” That’s how the editors of Cicerone Journal described my essay, which you can read here.
When Grief Calls
When Memoria Podcast put out a call for Upheaval – Stories from Isolation, I immediately put up my hand. So grateful to be part of this important podcast on life’s turning points and hope to continue my involvement in the future. You can listen to my reflections here.
Mother’s Day – What Does it Really Mean?
Reflecting on the origins and tumultuous history of Mother’s Day yields a few surprises. Read my piece for Canberra Weeklyhere.