You Look Like Sleep
This is a love story. It's also a story about loneliness, care, and falling asleep.
You Look Like Sleep was written by myself and performed by Aaron Coomer. You can listen here
(This one's my favourite!)
There is solitude, and then there is self-isolation.
Written by myself and performed by Mari Joynt.
This piece is part of an upcoming fantasy anthology edited by Renee Lundberg-Schnebelin.
You can listen here
"Ghouls" by Anna Larson
Welcome to the Kirkeveien Art Gallery and this new temporary exhibition “Fear and Fondness”. This exhibition was curated by Terje Bakken, inspired by and exploring the works of Anna Larson, from her career in the early 1950s through her experimentations of recent years until her last known work, and other artists inspired by or directly taught by Larson.
Written by myself an performed by Julie Kristine Woie.
You can listen here
Nights Out At Nineteen
A memory of nights out.
This hasn't happened in a while. Probably a combination of lockdown, feminism and ageing. My mother said I'd miss it when it was gone. I don't.
Written by myself and performed by Ed Teppé, Benjamin Rogers, Matthew Galloway, Denis Gorchakov, Timothy Mirkin, and Jack Owen. You can listen here
Unnecessary Gold Filling
A world-weary PI meets a dame in need of his services. He thinks he knows how this story goes, but she has other ideas.
Written by myself and performed by Aaron Coomer and Mari Joynt.
Music by Kevin McLeod and Pedro. You can listen here
Could a love potion exist?
Listen here to a story written and edited by me, performed by Jack Owen, Matthew Galloway, Crissy Voinov, myself, Johan McWilliam, Bonina Challenor, Kylie Wrigley, and Kat Soloviev.
Listen here to a short and sweet fictional family anecdote.
Biting nuns featured performances by Jacqueline O’Kane, George Magell, Frances Ransome, Nic Hood and Gill Hood. Biting Nuns was written and edited by myself, with some lines improvised by the actors.
My Demons Made a Meditation Tape
Do not listen to this episode. Do not listen to your negative thoughts. Do not sit in a private hell of your own creation.
This episode was written by me and features performances by myself and Kat Soloviev.
Content warning for people who have dealt with depression or mental illness.
Here's the link.
How do you feel on a first date? Hopeful? Awkward? Nervous? Listen here to two people meeting for the first time and seeing where the evening takes them.
Performed by myself and Lars Birger Aasheim.
Written by me.
Though I Know She Lies
A play exploring the ways people love and hurt each other. It enjoyed a sold-out run in Moscow in March 2018 and was promoted in the Moscow Times Online. The play promoted the work of Насилию нет and raised money for their cause. The play was produced by MIDAS Theatre, a company I have worked with and written for in 8 theatre festivals.
The things you miss and the things you get used to missing.
Inspired by the sky in Shanghai.
Read it here.