Monthly Archives: March 2015

Pudding on the Radio

Some fiction for you What! No Pudding? Here is a link to a recording of me reading “What! No Pudding?“, a short story from the collection of the same name, about Professor S Fiendish and his best friend, Harold Harold … Continue reading

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Vincent, the Doctor, & I: A Blog for World Bipolar Day

Wherever you are in this world, if you meet 100 people, at least one – give or take, I don’t know who you hang out with – will have bipolar. Aka, manic depression. It could be me. “Happy Bipolar Day!”may … Continue reading

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Tripping the Light Atlantic

Disclaimer: To quote the copy of “Brideshead Revisted” that is currently MIA on one of our many bookshelves: “I am not me. You are not you.” …or something like that. Yes, I could look up the quote on the net, … Continue reading

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Poetry Day, Immigrant’s Song

I spent World Poetry Day doing a stand at the local library services literature festival, “Turn the Page”. At one point I took part in the “Poetry Cafe”, where I read a poem about war, “The Crows, the Crows”. Yep, … Continue reading

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Bottling the Past, Building the Present

I have two songs going through my head. One is definitely from my past: “Doesn’t anybody stay in one place anymore? / It would be so fine to see your face at my door…” – Carole King, “Tapestry” The other … Continue reading

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