It seems like a lifetime has passed since I have written personally. I spend so much time writing essays about historical places and people, I tend to forget the present I am in.
Little Edie Bouvier Beale‘s famous line from Grey Gardens about her difficulty in “keeping the line between the past and the present” is certainly an issue we share.
This year I released two books:
Mosaic – A collection of poetry and short fiction tumbling out from the depths of my subconscious.
Vox & String – A collection of my songs presented as poetry.
Like RuPaul, both are available on iTunes with the rest of my books.
I am living in Peterborough, ON, near the shores of the Otonabee. It is a fair departure from my youth in Sault Ste. Marie. While both are similar in physical elevation and general ecology, the social fabric could not be more dissimilar. For the time being, this will remain home. We relocated here in 2010.
From now on I am hoping to record more – I have added old posts from other blogs I’ve had in the past to amalgamate into one archive. Enjoy my old posts. They make me laugh.