The Drop was officially sent into orbit with a pair of great little launch parties on the last two Saturdays of February.
COVID restrictions are currently loose enough in Sydney and Brisbane for The Drop to be launched as intended: in person, with other humans, celebrating the music that provides the novel’s beating heart.
The Drop is now available worldwide in paperback/eBook formats.
The Kickstarter campaign was 109% funded, so it’s official – The Drop is going to print!
You’ve seen Juanita, you’ve heard the soundtrack of her life, now it’s time to meet her in person.
Like Ready Player One and The Matrix going clubbing in the Black Mirror universe.
There’s a gap on my book shelf that needs filling, but I’ll need your help to make it a reality.
Music and sport are my two favourite things, but the Cricket World Cup proved two rights can make a wrong.
This was a first – documenting the history of a classic Australian album which, legally at least, no one is able to hear.
Running the numbers on the seven most-prolific compilations makes for a damning assessment of gender diversity in electronic music.