STAR PLAZINE: Blanc'hel & Fhascht

I had hit some form of low when I first met Christopher Kelsall, an artist and sculptor. My latest webcomic was published in its...

TWIN TOWNS: First & St. Augustine's

Twin Towns was a brilliant project by the Worcestershire Poet Laureate, Nina Lewis, that saw poets residing in the UK collaborating with...

The Sabrina Magazine: Selected Poems

Below are three poems that were published in the creative writing course magazine, The Sabrina Magazine. C-A-R-E and Autumn Crime Scene...

NEWMAG: Flowers

My poem Flowers has been published in Newmag's second issue! Flowers is one of my favourite poems, heavily inspired by Sylvia Plath,...

INKTOBER 2018: Slice, Day 31

Happy Halloween! For the last Inktober prompt. Slice, I went with a spooky shadowy figure illustration... and a somewhat depressing poem...

INKTOBER 2018: Jolt, Day 30

I wanted to go the D&D route with Jolt for today's Inktober prompt. Bit of a Shocking Grasp before tomorrow's Halloween themed...

INKTOBER 2018: Double, Day 29

Nothing like a double shot of whiskey for this Inktober! I wrote a lil' ditty about being an only child for my daily poem as well. Fun...

INKTOBER 2018: Gift, Day 28

She received her father's helmet and hammer as a Gift! Not my favourite illustration, but it was a sweet intention, so I'll let it slide....

INKTOBER 2018: Thunder, Day 27

For today's Thunder Inktober prompt I wanted to draw the powerful and once-amnesiac, Great Raven from Hilda! It is an absolutely adorable...

INKTOBER 2018: Stretch, Day 26

I was inspired by Arachne's tapestries for Inktober's Stretch prompt. As such, I wrote a poem to go along with it. Been enjoying the...

INKTOBER 2018: Prickly, Day 25

Inktober's Prickly prompt drew me to cacti almost automatically, so I drew (heh) a somewhat peaceful desert scene--a giant footprint for...

INKTOBER 2018: Chop, Day 24

Chop was today's Inktober prompt and to celebrate my home D&D game, I added a goblin ear to the kukri! Congrats to my players for...

INKTOBER 2018: Muddy, Day 23

For Inktober's Muddy prompt, I was a bit stumped for what to do. My mind quickly turned to muddy boots at the thought of the word, so I...

INKTOBER 2018: Expensive, Day 22

I wanted to turn away from traditional worth with this Inktober's Expensive prompt. Inspired by James Gifford's one D&D item a day, I...

INKTOBER 2018: Drain, Day 21

Drain was a somewhat strange Inktober prompt to get around. While I'm not overly fond of the illustration, I quite enjoy the poem.. 1 out...

INKTOBER 2018: Breakable, Day 20

Inktober's Breakable prompt led me to do some Lord of the Rings fanart! Here are the shards of Narsil and a poem about a poor, insecure...

INKTOBER 2018: Scorched, Day 19

Inktober's Scorched prompt's a weird mix of D&D and Skyrim fanart. It's the third illustration I've done involving fire. My young pyro...