Category Archive: Creative

Our Sydney Festival picks for 2015

After much scrutiny, somethingyousaid.com’s Harriet Cheney tells us the top 10 unmissable events at the upcoming Sydney Festival: It’s hard to beat Sydney in January; you’ve got the beach, the cricket, Australia Day barbies… Read More

Meet us at the Kaleido launch!

Not dissimilarly to what we try to achieve at somethingyousaid.com, our friends at Sydney-based ‘Kaleido’ offer an outlet for creatives to connect, collaborate and share their work. And, as well as being a… Read More

Thanks, predictive text. Talk later.

Somethingyousaid.com’s Ruth Hodge discusses the strange beast that is predictive text:  I was busy last night texting whilst driving (my mind into the brick wall opposite me as I frantically typed away into… Read More

Greta Bellamacina magnifies her soul

Critically-acclaimed London-based poet and actress Greta Bellamacina tells us that, if you want to write good poetry, you have to be brave… Hello Greta! Thanks for talking to us. First up, how did your love… Read More

Hofesh Shechter’s Sun – Dance Review

Something You Said’s Carol Bowditch checks out Hofesh Shechter’s latest contemporary dance production.  We are told that everything will be just fine, we are shown the ending at the beginning for the reassurance that the… Read More

Two Moons Too Soon – by Chloe Coles

Australian model/artist/writer Chloe Coles exclusively gave us some more of her words and pictures: SLOW DOWN (picture, above): When my older sister turned 15 and hated the world, my little brother and I formed some… Read More

Ways that too much work makes you stupid

While you may have convinced yourself that your job is awesome and not an absolutely mind-numbing waste of time, chances are it’s making you dumb-as-shit. Harriet Cheney explains why: 1. You lose sight… Read More

Emerging Writers’ Festival x Jack Colwell

The fantastic, Melbourne-based Emerging Writers’ Festival is a cultural melting-pot for writers to come together to learn their craft, showcase their work to their peers and let off some steam. If you thought musicians… Read More

The Lonely Pavements – by Chloe Coles

Chloe Coles is an Australian model/artist/writer who has recently relocated to London. She has certainly encountered some interesting characters in her first few weeks on the lonely pavements of the city, and has been… Read More

Man on a train, by Chloe Coles

Last week’s interview with Australia-based model/artist/writer Chloe Coles proved so popular that we decided to invite her to contribute on a regular basis. So stay tuned for more of her words and pictures.… Read More

Things that shouldn’t be awesome but are

Last week, we told you the things that shouldn’t annoy us but absolutely do. To counterbalance this and to illustrate that our contributors aren’t merely a bunch of miseries/moaners/haters, here’s a collection of… Read More

#kalelife: Signs you’re turning into a fuckwit

If knowledge is power, communication inspires interactivity and with affluence comes choice, then living in the privileged, overly commodified and cluttered world that we do is leading us all down the same path… Read More