Author Archives: Stevie Mitchell

About Stevie Mitchell

I come from a long line of cartoons and beer. I was once peed on by a tiger. Hoping the resultant super-powers are yet to come, cos if these are they, then, grrrr....


Sumptin’ about this time of year does have me needing to print, and to re-print – and to frame and to re-frame. Gifts on the agenda, obviously, but also’s because it’s by tradition quiet for my business nowabouts, and therefore … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Society: an empowerment of empathy

In February this year I had a phone conversation with a helpline adviser at Alzheimer’s Society. I didn’t make the call lightly; coming to it only after months of frustrating encounters with in-turn-frustrated authorities, duplicated assessments, have-a-go form-filling and a … Continue reading

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Dunk of Nightmare!

Submersion in terror, from Inky Conditions – a Brexit with Biscuits.

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Hedge Hopping

Sometimes in the evenings when we’re knackered, I like to introduce some horrid thought. Like, hey, fancy popping into town? Wanna go catch last orders? Go for a walk? It’s all for the exquisiteness of opposites. That none of these … Continue reading

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Pie Season – Your Questions Answered

You know, a lot of people ask me – I mean, enough that I would remark on it – well, they ask… What are the start and end dates for Pie Season 2017/18? Thank you. This season began on Sunday … Continue reading

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Inky Conditions #1 – The Cat That Thought About It

Introducing (hereabouts at least), my new collation of all things narratively, naturally, inky. Inky Conditions. That’s Inky (let the records show) Conditions. In this first epic tale, a cat thinks about It. I like how this happened in frame 3.

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My October Symphony, Part 6 – Fishing with Dad

Dad, with some coaxing, sits down next to me on the bench outside his room. Shoulder to shoulder, the both of us facing the fence, beyond which the motorway sounds like the ocean. The cubes of beige cake on the … Continue reading

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