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'Me and The Doc decided to meet at a nightclub that was called after something in the Bible. He could have taken me anywhere because I had that movie love. He could have pointed at the sky and told me it was the ocean and I would've said Yes! because I had that television kind of love. He could have pointed at a gum tree and said it was a Toyota Celica and I would have asked if they made it in V8 because I had that singing La Di Di Di Da love. I wanted to put myself at the helm of the Titanic, him holding me from behind, our love cutting through the cold dark ocean. I should have been wary of the iceberg. Instead I wanted to see him across the room full of self-policing inhibitions and make come-fuck-me-but-I'm-vulnerable eyes.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 31 September 2016 10733100 2016 periodical issue

    'At The Lifted Brow we often find ourselves thinking about intention: what did we intend to do, what do we intend to do, what should we intend to do, and why. What we can promise is that we always intend to intend, no matter what. And we can tell you that we know that the right intentions are a good start, but are never enough on their own. Which is why we intend to continually evolve, too.' (Introduction)

    pg. 74-75
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