Creating a profile lets you submit your work to Brain drip.

Create new profile

We will only ever use this email to communicate with you regarding your submission(s).
We never ever share your email with anyone, and we detest spam.
Provide a password for the new account in both fields.
Your full name that will display if your piece is published.
A picture of you. Abstract images are OK if you're camera shy. Optional, but encouraged.
Square-ish images generally achieve the best results.
Max 3MB, allowed types: png gif jpg jpeg.
Your short biography. This will display underneath your published pieces. Optional, but encouraged.
CAPTCHA
Please solve this to submit.

Popular on Brain drip

Green and Women: is his representation of women positive or negative?

Profile picture for user email_registration_QnF3T7H6DV

If you’re a fan of Young Adult novels (or have ever been on YouTube) then you’ve most likely heard of author John Green. In recent times there has been a lot of debate surrounding John Green’s representation of women and whether it is positive or negative. As his target audience is generally young adults and teens, the way he portrays women is incredibly important as it creates a mould for how young girls may believe they are perceived by others.

Closer In

Profile picture for user caitlin_prince_1

You show up in Parnawarratji and try to arrange the single loop of sealed road, the vacant red dirt lots and the dotted housing with massive metal cages on the front, into a ‘community’ in your mind. It isn’t what you were expecting, but then, you didn’t know what to expect. Certainly not so much sky, arcing over the horizon, the line blurred by a hazy fringe of spinifex grass.