Mariella Hudson is an Irish-Peruvian writer from London. She also likes to act things, sing things, film things and live things. Gathered here are her travel writings and literary non-fiction, poetry and artwork, film-making projects and cultural reportage. You can follow her on Twitter at @mariella_hudson and take part in her upcoming podcast, Sex_Ed Revolution, by taking this survey.
The title ‘Strange Wild Birds’ is taken from Thomas Hardy’s novel Jude The Obscure. Hardy uses the phrase to describe a group of travelling wanderers who join together briefly in a moment of solidarity with the eponymous hero before moving on their way again, glimmering away into the background of stories. (See Jude The Obscure, Part 4, At Shaston, Chapter 1.)
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