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Writing and References

As well as write The Walrus Room, I have previously written about alternative fashion over at The Rebel Circus. You can find a collection of these articles here. As well as the Urban Body Jewelry blog and writing/editing for Tattooaholic.com.

I occasionally write about veganism, alternative fashion and spiritualism on styleBizarre.

The Walrus Room has been featured on Outer Cross’ Top 21 Alternative Blogs to Follow, The Black Rose’s the Top 15 Unrivalled Goth Fashion Blogs of 2015, The Black Rose’s 20 Best Goth & Alternative Blogs of 2015. and has had mentions in Gothic Clothing Shop’s Five Essentials for Every Goth and styleBizarre’s New Years Resolutions ideas (with an Edge).

As well as this some of our posts have been featured on the International Fashion Blogger’s (IFB) Weekly Roundup. You can see them here.

As well as writing for other websites I love working with the brands I respect. Some of these brands have included Kate’s Clothing, Metalhead Jewellery, Birds N Bones Jewellery and The Black Garden Clothing Store, along with many more book and band reviews like Tom Hammock’s Will O’ the Wisp graphic novel.

For more information, or to let me know about your new album or book, you can email me at thewalrusroom@hotmail.com.


  1. Anonymous
    June 21, 2012 / 5:27 pm

    Jack off Jill and babes in toyland aren't riot grrrl. Riot grrrl bands were very political were as jack off jill etc. were not. common misconception- just because the band was all girl, doesn't make it apart of a feminist punk movement it was the lyrics and the ideas.

    • June 21, 2012 / 9:23 pm

      Personally because the majority of their songs hold the theme of feminism and Jack Off Jill constantly introduces themes and lyrics revolving completely around politics I disagree. But that's my opinion.

    • June 21, 2012 / 9:25 pm

      Also, I did know that a band with all girls would not be a riot band. That would be rather ridiculous.

    • June 21, 2012 / 9:27 pm

      Bleh, I need to stop posting replies but I'm looking into just in case.

    • Hannah
      June 23, 2012 / 3:45 pm

      Jack off jill are pretty debatable some consider them riot grrrl, and others don't.

  2. Aemilia
    November 10, 2012 / 4:07 pm

    So, how are you border-line religious, yet detest religions? How do you consoliate this with your communism, atheism and belief in an afterlife? Sounds pretty complex to me.

    • November 10, 2012 / 11:25 pm

      Well, I'd say the human mind in it's self is pretty complex. But for the record I'm not a communist – that's just an idea that I think you could take some good out of without the destruction of the simplified idea from people's actions and greed.

      And border-line religious yet detest religions for me is pretty simple. I grew up very encompassed in religion but religion is actually a group of people acting on what they think is gods word. I don't like the idea of 'religion' anymore and following the direction that others tell me to find something personal like seems a bit silly to me.

      I'll stop myself here because as you said it's complex and I could write a book on my feelings towards the matter.

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