Eat Me Magazine
Eat Me Magazine sounds rude but isn't. In fact it's a new independent publication exploring the relationship between food, style and culture. I must confess I copied that off the internet.
What I do know is that the mag has some great features, is plenty fun and leaves one rather peckish. I write a monthly column entitled Funny Aftertaste along with regular restaurant reviews (see right). Read More
Ham & High
The majority of these pieces were published in North London's Ham & High newspaper. They originally appeared under the title, "Why I Love..." but I think I prefer "London A-Z". My apologies to those not from the capital. Read More
Metro (Arty Types)
This weekly column, subtitled, 'A Creative Guide to Being a...', appeared in the national Metro newspaper. Each was accompanied by an illustration from cartoonist Rick Brookes. Here's a smattering of them, including some new additions. Read More
One Hundred Things To Do After The City
To the right you will find links to a handful of columns entitled, 'One Hundred Things To Do After The City'. These columns are published in Square Mile Magazine, edited by co-founder of Loaded, Martin Deeson, and distributed to over 30,000 city workers every month. Read More
The Market Magazine
The Market is a new publication that presents as a cross between The Economist and Grazia. With backing from Dragon's Den star James Caan, the magazine tries to offer knowledge and expertise to its readers without overloading them with jargon. That's the plan anyway.
I write monthly essays on current affairs. These are reproduced to the right. Read More