Monthly Archives: December 2014

Herland book review

Herland is a wonderful wonderful book. I sought it out after hearing it discussed on the partially examined life podcast (http://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/2011/09/05/episode-42-feminists-on-human-nature-and-moral-psychology/) It is ostensibly an old-fashioned tale of discovery and exploration, full of social commentary, without it seeming shoehorned in, … Continue reading

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On my possibly doomed quest to become a better writer

I want to be able to write. There’s only one thing likely to hold me back and that is shear incompetence. This isn’t fishing for complements, I’m just not very good. I can write stream of consciousness type introspection, nonsensical … Continue reading

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New Start

I have a confession to make, I had entirely forgotten that I’d created a wordpress blog. I had forgotten this fact so completely that, I only realised when I decided to start a blog and found that the username callmebaka … Continue reading

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