Morocco for a Goth Girl

Leg 1 of my travels, 10 days in Marrakech, relaxing and preparing for the big one – done! I love Morocco so much. Here are my thoughts on it. I hope they help you too! On Goth, Makeup / Clothing, and the attention you get I didn’t wear shitloads of makeup (still enough to be ‘me as…

London Goth Top Ten #7 The Last Tuesday Society

If you fancy sharing wine and antipasti with your besties around a booth table complete with a human skeleton in coffin furnished beneath the glass tabletop — look no further, your hour has arrived. The Last Tuesday Society is a kitsch AF break with tradition in the home of London’s fringe-dwelling super-cool elite, Dalston. You’ll…

London Goth Top Ten #6 Cross Bones Burial Ground

After a short break, it’s definitely time to return to my favourite 10 Gothic London Sight seeing locations. For me, Cross Bones has to be on my list. As a burial ground, there is little left to see as developments have encroached, and most of the remains of the estimated 15,000 interred have been removed…

How to spot a writer

  I wasn’t going to blog again so soon as Starlet Fey was the first real story I had written in a while, but sometimes those moments in life just happen that take you away, entertaining your mind with droplets of inspiration. How to spot a writer. J R Manawa. She’s sitting opposite me on…

The short life of Starlet Fey

My name is Starlet Fey, and I was born on the 14th of February, 1921. I was nineteen at the time, kind of cute – if a little chubby. But I could sing, and London loved me. My lineage was forgettable, and my family on the edges of middle class, though I had my Irish…