“Cutting Edge has an impressive portfolio that includes the movies Australia, Happy Feet Two, Wolverine, the shows Big Brother, Australian Idol, and commercials for Coke, McDonalds, Holden and BMW.”
Story about the South Brisbane Sailing Club published in the West End Magazine. Click on the image to read.
My sister Elva has started a new blog – beststufftoday.wordpress.com. She describes it as “digital marketing meets strawberry ice-cream” and it basically encapsulates the wide range of stuff she enjoys, from gardening to online clothes shopping to the food she manages to get other people to cook for her (respect). Today’s post is all about coffee and heaps praise on Australia’s skill in this department. She’s also kindly reposted a piece I wrote about birthday candles a while back which if you haven’t already read you can see here. The best thing about Elva’s blog is that she writes just like she talks – with speed, openness, enthusiasm and a huge amount of humour.
While we’re on the subject, my other sister Jessi is still writing wonderful stuff about theatre on her blog – jessibeag.wordpress.com. Her most recent post is a thought provoking piece on critique which you can read here.
But seriously, why couldn’t they both have just become accountants or something, it would have made me seem a lot more interesting!
The autumn* 2012 edition of The West End Magazine is out now and includes 6 articles written by me. It’s delivered free to homes in the 4101 post code and available to buy at West End News, Westside Story News, West End Markets Newspower and South Bank Newsagency.
*Southern hemisphere autumn
I’m very proud to have three articles in the latest edition of the beautiful and shiny West End magazine. If you’re lucky enough to live in Brisbane’s 4101 post code it will be delivered to your home for free. If not, you can purchase it at the following newsagencies – West End News, Westside Story News, West End Markets Newspower and South Bank Newsagency. For those further away I will try and get copies of my articles up on the blog at a later date.
I went to the Ekka on Saturday, or the Royal Queensland Show to give it its proper title. Though no one ever calls it that. It used to be called the Brisbane Exhibition. That got shortened to Exhibition, which then got shortened to Ekka. Australian’s are very busy people. They don’t have time to waste saying full words. Continue Reading