WELCOME TO REDD MOON
Come for poems. Come for stories.
These are words, just for you...
This latest podcast takes a look at some of the toxic thinking that contributes to stereotypes around not getting married or having kids.
Check it out below!
Ever read a poem and thought to yourself, "Was that written just for me"?
You're not alone. Poems connect and breathe life into us when we need it most.
Enjoy some fresh pieces below!
In the first podcast of the year, Kree Govender, Sales Leader at Microsoft, gives us insight into sport and leadership.
In this fascinating discussion, Kree takes us through the important role sport plays in unifying people and how his leadership style mirrors many fundamentals that lay within sport.
He also boldly looks at the dark side of sport, whilst finally giving us a glimpse into the future potential of the games we love so much.
FACT OF THE WEEK
Our ancestors originally used goosebumps to ward off predators.
Their hair would stand on end making them look bigger than they actually were to help protect them.
Today, we have less hair and are intimidated by far less out there. But we still get goosebumps.
Hopefully, when we read a damn fine sentence. Or better yet, a damn fine story.
"Show them your humanity. The world needs that."
- A father to a son looking for guidance -
It's the first episode of Redd Moon Radio, a brand new podcast series that takes a look at pertinent topics we continue to face in the modern era.
We kick off the show with a look into mental wellbeing, with a certified life coach, Sanjivan Singh. (left)
Listen to the episode below!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Javi Reddy’s creative writing career, has seen him fortunate enough to have been published across the globe. His story ‘Sit Down; You’re Brown’ was awarded runner-up in the ‘The SA Writers College 2019 Annual Short Story Competition’. He then won the Grand Prize Winner in the international ‘Eyelands Magazine Short Story’ contest for 2019, for his story, ‘Marvin Baxter’s Background Music’.
In 2020 and 2021, his short story ‘9 Suspects’ and poem 'Smoking During The Apocalypse were respectively published in international anthologies. Recently, he was also awarded the best story in the WriteFluence 2021 competition for his short story, ‘The Chair’.
His debut novel, ‘12 Yards Out’, which was being handled by a UK publishing house, has recently been released. Away from writing fiction, he's spent a large portion of his career within the corporate communications realms, specifically helping companies with their employee engagement strategies.
Javi’s dream is to have his work and published and recognised on every continent in the world- with South America now being the only region outstanding on his list.
Until then, he lives in Johannesburg, South Africa, trying to mind his own business, read a few books and write a few stories.