lonsdale street is deciduous (har har har)

the footpathson lonsdale streetare deciduous thisis autumnand the colourshave begun to show yellows and brownsand reds remnant greens they falllike rainbowtwirls spinningleaf shapedaeroplanes anglingand twistingin flashesof colourto the ground the taxation office doorsrevolve aroundand around catching and exactinga quantity of leavesmid-flight expelling themacross the hard floorinside grateful contributionsfrom the streettoward the well-beingof the commonwealth there … Continue reading lonsdale street is deciduous (har har har)

a train ticket to lviv (and mental health check) please

there isa certaintraumathat comes from beinga child this worldis not to be takenlightly in fact . . . this worldcan bea nettaker when youare young sometimesyou see itmostat the train station at lviv where the trainsstill runto poland the stationhas psychologistsnow mental health workers for the motherswho are distraughtand breaking andfor the children who comecatatonic … Continue reading a train ticket to lviv (and mental health check) please

The New Asylum – update

Have just finished writing and posting the revisit to The New Asylum. It is a little exhausting doing this. Reflection and coherence, combined with WordPress demands for SEO structure and technique. Regardless, it is done, and it is here. Pop over for a peek if you'd like another stroll down my memory lane. I'll do … Continue reading The New Asylum – update

The New Asylum – Sally Cronin’s Review

Sally Cronin has re-posted her review of The New Asylum, which was launched just 12 months ago. Time really does fly! Check out the review, and if you'd like to visit Launch Day, there a handful of readings from the book up on Youtube, here. I'm a little amazed that it has been so long … Continue reading The New Asylum – Sally Cronin’s Review