All content Kobi Blake-Craig, relatively inspired by the sibling rivalry she frequently witnesses in Brisbane’s Queen Street.
The other day, I was in the city, in the middle of Queen Street Mall and there were two elderly twin sisters fighting. Continue reading
Clare is a guru, again. Artwork by Kobi
I display all the symptoms of an A.D.H.D sufferer, with fidgeting, lack of concentration and organization being just a few common indicators. Continue reading
Michael schools a past colleague. Artwork by Jess
You were a good teacher.
Clare becomes a life guru, yet again. Artwork by Clare.
Were you ever locked inside your locker in school? Continue reading
Kobi reviews 2013, the year that was. Artwork by Kobi
How to even commence reviewing 2013, the little shit. Continue reading
It’s been a year, and the only thing Sarah misses from school is the tuckshop. Artwork by Sarah
I’ve had this conversation with a lot of people, but I refuse to go to all future high school reunions. Continue reading
Drunken/exhausted words of wisdom from resident guru, Clare Neal. Artwork by Kobi.
School may be out, but there may still be some important lessons that need learning. Continue reading
New writer Mindy knows what is up with school, and post school life. Artwork by Sarah.
High school is where our most valuable life skills are developed. Continue reading
Sarah whips up some tunes that are super relevant. Artwork by Sarah
If there was ever a time during school besides every other day, that I wanted to burst into song and have the voices of my peers join in slowly, as they leapt into naturally timed and synched choreography, it was definitely on the last day. (HSM fever is so contagious, it should be illegal.) Continue reading
(New Writer) Clare Neal gets real about what it is to shake your hips alongside a Catholic Education. Artwork by Kobi.
I have been taught in catholic schools since the age of four, so with thirteen years of biblical knowledge up my sleeve I’m definitely a better person than you, right? Continue reading
Michael (one of our new writers) talks about The Power. Artwork by Sarah
It’s November, and as football turns to cricket and seagulls prepare for another long hot summer of being chased around by bratty kids, those same kids are counting the days until their tyrannical teachers finally give up on trying to educate them and let them run wild for six long weeks. Continue reading
November 2013. School’s Out. Artwork by Kobi
Hey Rad Men,
2013 is almost out of the door. Continue reading