Mass exodus from strife and war is an ancient and profoundly human act - a piece from the Balkan refugee route September 2015. “There was no food. Nothing. People ate tree leaves. They ate cats. You know what a cat is?” We’re on a train rattling through northern...
Borderland at Between The Lines Festival, London March 2013.
In the Lebanese/Syrian hills words don’t always match actions but young men catch bullets all the same (5000word article).
“Take me back to Pretoria, the Mississippi Delta.” Life in the cage of Hebron H2.
Meet the believers. When the big books appear reason makes an exit.
As the effects of depleted uranium bombing in the Gulf become undeniable, Nato comes under fire for waging ‘nuclear war’ in the Balkans.
Watch five and a half millimeters of NATO Standard Issue part hair, skin and skull. See soft cerebellum liquefy and hollow point steel fragment. Witness shards of metal and bone as they spin through cortex and colliculus and wonder at the bullet’s rotational shock...
‘It would take an Ecuadorian family 25 years to earn what the World Bank president does in a year.’
She’s the hip-swinging, bodhran-pounding, shaking, rattling, rolling uncrowned-queen of Dublin’s south side who took the Grammys by storm.
“If the Clash are bored of London, they should come to Belfast.” Stiff Little Fingers – Classic Rock mag 2007.