Browsing All posts tagged under »Ernest Hemingway«

This is My Favourite Chapter

January 18, 2012 by


Over the holidays I spent possible an unreasonable amount of time reading something in the internet. Okay, many things. The internet is fun to play with when you can’t sleep and you can’t go for a run. But one thing in particular. A story that someone wrote last year, posting chapter by chapter as she […]

Suicide Is Painless*

September 29, 2011 by


So after yesterday’s post a few people contacted me to make sure I wasn’t eyeing off tall buildings or bottles of pills. Me: Apparently my post this morning concerned people and some of them have poked me to say, ‘Are you insane/okay?’ Rick: The suicide post? Me: Yeah. I don’t know. You talk about hanging […]

Making Your Suicidal Depression Work For You

September 28, 2011 by


So Ernest Hemingway suggests I hang myself. This strikes me as being on par with the school of thought that gave us: If at first you don’t succeed, call an airstrike. Still… I think he sort of has a point. Not that I think suicide is the answer. But it would give you something to […]