Driven I grew up in a small team one hour’s drive from a phonebox. It’s easy to drive for an hour but having to makes the trip forlorn. We were close-knit enough to hammer each other down into the wood. Some developed a pallor, some crawled under the bracken in pairs. Each of us eyed… Continue reading Ashleigh Young
Author: Ashleigh Young
(Wellington, NZ) recently spent two years as an academic editor in London and is now trying to scrape together a living as a freelance editor in Wellington. Her writing appears in Sport, Turbine, Hue & Cry, and in her first book Magnificent Moon (VUP), which was included in the Listener's Best Books of 2012. Later this year she will be teaching a creative nonfiction course with science writer Rebecca Priestly at Victoria University. Ashleigh curates the ad-hoc project Twitter Poetry Night (@PoetryNightNZ) and blogs at eyelashroaming.com.