As you can see from the post archive, this is the only post in 2016. Unfortunately I’ve been so busy with Iscariot Media I’ve struggled to do anything but the basic Deadly Bloggers work. The basic Deadly Bloggers work isn’t nothing – we promote the posts of deadly bloggers on Twitter and Facebook throughout the Read More


Why not? With less than a month to go, my personal blogging record last year of 96 posts is no where in sight this year. So I figure it can’t hurt. Can it? A blogging challenge is a great way to practice publishing each day – there’s a discipline about it – finding a set time Read More

Sometimes when I say “that would make a great post” people will go “Nah, I’m not really good at writing“.  It’s so frustrating knowing that there are all these amazing ideas out there that could move minds, hearts and actions if they were written or published. But I get it, writing can be scary. Really scary. Read More

Last July 24 different posts by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander bloggers were written to commemorate Blak July. The idea of the Blog Carnival was to draw attention to the many talented and diverse Indigenous bloggers out there across Australia. And I think we did this pretty well with plenty of Tweets and Facebook updates Read More

Looking for some inspiration to kick start your regular posting this year? Why not try the 2015 52 Week Challenge. We have created 52 ideas that you can use to create your own blog posts. Here are the 2015 topics: Inspire Summer Freedom Work Favourites – books/music/movies Contribution Food for thought Relationships Family Favourites – Read More

Current writings by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people belong within a cultural and historical continuity that predates the invasion whilst utilising, adapting and challenging the written genres and forms of colonising culture. If I’ve done a social media talk for you in the past few years, you’ve most likely seen this quote. It’s my Read More

Are you in need of some inspiration for the 2014 Deadly Bloggers Blogging Carnival? Here are some NAIDOC / Blak History Month posts from some of our Deadly Bloggers in previous years. On Anita Heiss’s blog Kayannie Denigan (2013) Determination, Dedication, Motivation by Jacob Ridgeway (2013) Sydney comes alive for NAIDOC week! (2012) NAIDOC Week, Read More

I’ve been throwing this idea around in my head for a while – having an event like a Blogging Carnival. There are a few different styles of Blog Carnival – but the Down Under Feminist Carnival is pretty straight forward so I thought I’d copy/adapt that one. The idea is still in search of a Read More

On the back of my presentation at the University of the Sunshine Coast with Dr Sandra Phillips, I thought I’d give it another go by throwing my hat in the WIPC:E ring and seeing if I could get a presentation up. I’m linking my Deadly Bloggers and my Critical Classroom hats here by shaping the Read More

A quick post to let everyone know of a new partnership between Kelly Briggs aka The Koori Woman and the Crikey health blog, Croakey. Kelly will be writing a series of articles for Croakey over the next few months, and in order to support her amazing writing there is a crowd-funding campaign at Start Some Read More