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I dread the return… The way an average person finds comfort and safety in the mediocre routines of life, the simple expectations of everyday, I dread the return to it. That there will be hot water when you turn the tap on, light with the flick of a switch, the bus rumbling to your stop, […]

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Memoirs to my Muse Life streams through our conscious sieve, memories and interpretation retained in moments to form our views. My sieve has always been a great beauty to me, often I believe I am the luckiest girl in the world for the way it disperses the odorous sludge that are the bad things that […]

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It’s Christmas 1997, I’m hitching a lift in the back of a truck, up the steep sides of Mt Elgon. My first day in Uganda and I’m wrapped like a mummy up to the eyeballs, the thin red dust filters through every pore- I imagine as I blink, tiny pockets of it are storing themselves […]

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