January: a loaded word. It strikes fear into the heart of many, as we feel the mounting pressure to kick old habits and be our very best selves – better than we were last year. And the year before that. We will be fitter. Healthier. More successful. Won’t we?
My latest article for Counterpoint magazine explores the idea of sleep (or lack thereof) as a commodity in our modern world. It's beautifully illustrated by Ollie Silvester and is hand-printed by Out of the Blueprint in Edinburgh, using a risograph machine - meaning each copy is unique. You can buy it here.
Here's a Twitter thread showcasing some of the amazing illustrations for the issue.
I wrote this article for the launch issue of The Chronic Project Zine, about the nuances of living with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and generalised anxiety; with the aim of shedding light on the daily challenges of living with these disabilities.
I'm delighted to have contributed an essay on travelling to the latest issue of Counterpoint Magazine, FLIGHT, which you can buy here. It's accompanied by a stunning illustration, which Liam Rotheram created in response to the piece. Counterpoint is hand-printed by Out Of The Blueprint in Edinburgh, using a risograph machine, meaning each copy is unique.