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Without you, I am nothing?

Examining a call for response…
I have realised that I make with a specific ‘audience’ in mind, within the instrumentalist idea (or some inherited sense of work ethic) that art should have a practical purpose, be for something and someone. 575 more words


Simplifying Questions

Why am I here? You’ve nowhere else to be.

What is the meaning? The meaning is the making of it.

Where are we headed? Off cascades of sheer cliffs. 104 more words

Contemporary Poetry

Top 20 releases of 2016: Intro

As any readers this site has somehow managed to retain may have spotted, updates have dried up over the past couple of years. The main reasons for that have been down to my finishing writing, editing and promoting my book, … 532 more words


This Is the Day

Last week I posted a blog entry called “Progress.” It was an update on the progress I’m making on my latest writing project, a devotional series based on my favorite hymns. 463 more words


“Punk” / Eugene Mirman

“I’m not proud of this, but I once killed a man with my tongue” has to be a Tao Pai Pai joke, right?

On a scale of 1 to 10, Dragon Ball is 🍏🍎🍏  punk.


Kirtan at MMY: And now there are three...

Thank you to everyone who came out for Kirtan at Mandala Moon Yoga in Marcellus last Sunday.  I was excited to be joined again by Zoe Mullan Stout on guitar and for the first time on percussion, Jimbo Talbot.   279 more words

Call And Response

"Family Functions" / that dog.

This is why we need zines: because the internet hasn’t connected “Family Functions” with Robbie Robertson’s “Broken Arrow” or the Rod Stewart cover version which Lenny Waronker co-produced.