Dustfall

Dustfall. I’m with you, it’s an odd word. It is, however, the title of my first novel, and somewhere within it is the semblance of sense. Dustfall is a book 6 years in the making. Its release date is February 2018, and it’s being published by UWA Publishing, a cracker of an independent press who…

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How to be EPIC

Let it never be said that we resist change. We, the consultants in my ED, have been reinvented. Previously our title was Duty Officer, which had a pleasantly communist, scratchy grey-overalled sound to it, but now we are the EPIC. An imperious title, in my opinion. This stands for Emergency Physician In Charge. Here’s where…

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Obedience Under Arrest

There’s a torso at the front of the queue. Towards the back of the line, patiently waiting their turn, are several uniformed staff-members. Some of them are cracking their knuckles. They mean business. Well one doesn’t, but he’s a first year medical student with a sweat sheen on his upper lip and a hairy look…

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Dr Michelle Johnston is a consultant Emergency Physician who works at an inner city hospital. Mostly her days consist of trauma and mess. Also, she writes.

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