• About Sarah

    Subequator.com founder. Sub-editing in Wellington, NZ, from Manchester, via Sheffield and Latin America.

    Longest distance photocall ever?

    by  • October 31, 2013 • Awesome, Creativity, Shorter • 1 Comment

    Photoshoot across the world with author of Terrible With Raisins Lynne McVernon and editor Sarah Stead

    Just participated in a pan-global photoshoot to promote author Lynne McVernon’s new novel, Terrible With Raisins, which I helped to edit. I’m in New Zealand, she’s in the UK. What’s to be done? Skype photocall! I reckon it’s the longest-distance photoshoot there is. My dad, pedant that he is, countered with photos from the...

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    by  • October 13, 2013 • Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Coming soon: our mega new and expanded Game Of Thrones actors-in-other-stuff family tree.

    This Cove has a happy ending

    by  • October 8, 2013 • Europe, Travel • 0 Comments

    Secret camping in Corsica

      With warm sand pushing up between my toes, I strapped a pop-up tent to my back, took six baguettes into my arms, turned and walked into the sea. It wasn’t the most conventional way to get to accommodation, but this hadn’t been the most conventional trip. It was our third day on the...

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    Check out this boss flatmate ad

    by  • October 2, 2013 • Laughs, Shorter, Wellington • 0 Comments

    Your room, in a house located at or on the “kitties’ titties”, will even come with “WALLs and a CEILING” (guaranteed to block both wind and rain), and carpet “so soft it transcends the barefoot walking experience”. The shower contains hot water. Oh and if you don’t like Ryan Gosling movies then fuck off....

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    Ain’t no boundary small enough

    by  • October 1, 2013 • Opinion, Thoughts • 2 Comments

    Fish soft corn tacos

    I did not immediately like corn tacos. For a white British girl used to white supermarket wheatflour wraps, corn tacos are initially difficult to swallow. Literally. Or at least, that’s what I thought, until I spent three-and-a-half weeks of 2012 in the Chiapas and Yucatan regions of Mexico stuffing myself with street food –...

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