I know, it’s been ages. And I’ve written a lot. Like, a stupid amount of stuff.
Like what, you may justifiably ask.
Oh, let me tell you.
There’s a You Am I interview in Rolling Stone, and a scathing review of The Internship for the Sunday Telegraph, and the current Australian Guitar has my Black Sabbath cover story.
For stuff online that I can actually link to, there’s a tonne of stuff. For one thing, I’m now doing some writing for the Guardian’s Australian operations, which is why I interviewed Ralf Hütter from Kraftwerk and reviewed Matthew E White’s show at Vivid.
I did some pieces for the Vine, including this handy guide How to Die on Mars.
And my regular Time Out columns: latest one is me admitting to not being a drinker anymore (and how much that sucks) in Prisoner of Sobriety, and there’s also When is it appropriate to wear a onesie, Why Coffee is Great and this year’s hottest book to film adaptations.
And, of course, there’s my news for the Vine, of which there’s been a lot. Here’s two weeks of them:
…and I promise I won’t leave it this long again, principally because I forget what I’ve done. It’s been a weirdly full-one little while.