Eve's Harvest has been published by Lip Magazine. Edited by Canberra's Zoya Patel and Michelle Lovi the anthology includes the poem The House Was Built, one of three peices written by me forTableaux Vellum.
The Black'n'Blue Belles overcame the Brindabelters (112 points to 105) in a bout where Belles’ Jammer ShortStop had her run of the track. Multiple high score jams from ShortStop, supported by Kitten Kaboodle, Dee Nature (previously the Surly Griffins’ awesome Pivot) and defender Cherry AxeWound reduced large Belle point deficits several times. For the Belters, consistent jams from Captain Shaggle Frock were let down by poor defence from teammates Dalai Lama and Ova Bearing, whose cheap shots outshone past cheating by team-mate the Dutch Ass. In the end the Belles justly took a close bout from the Belters.
The first roller derby bout of the 2011 season is pending. A break of the Black’n’Blue Belles and Surly Griffins combined with the addition of new skaters gives Canberra four teams. How this plays could be positive. Last season the Griffins had pulled together the tactical nous to crush their weightier cheat-reliant opposition the Belles. With effort what the Griffins developed will transfer across the four teams: the new Brindabelters and too long named Red Bellied Black Hearts, along with the rebuilt Griffins and Belles. This change has forced a team bias re-alignment — Viva la Black Hearts!
The Delinquent Issue 12; this magazine contains a good chunk of diverse and interesting words. Including the words Hear the News, The Bacterium that Hated Eskimo Joe and My concept is: Care Bears, those are by me. Follow this link to buy the download or have the paper issue sent to you.