Ilkley — As I wrote my commission for Wakefield Litfest last year, Wakelost Wakefound, I found myself writing more and more on screen. I don’t just mean on the computer, I mean in WordPress, pushing Update and rereading on the site, then going back into Edit Page to work the text, updating and rereading, then back to Edit. I found it impossible to write this piece in the normal way I would write, offline...
Hong kong — “Mr. Sanders, he is gay,” said the 10 year old pointing to his classmate. I froze. A million thoughts came rushing through my mind such as does the boy know what it means? Is he joking? Is he repeatin...
Rawlins — I cannot count on two hands how many times, throughout life, I have changed my “favorite color.” It could have simply been a change in preference, or change in personality, perhaps. It is hard to obs...
Miccichè Calatrasi: nasce “Vino Libero”, senza concimi chimici, solfiti e diserbanti
Walking through Boston, thinking about life. It is weird how those two feel strangely connected.
Fifteen years ago, a bucket and some drum sticks
Things I Learned from my First Half Marathon
Today she wore a light and airy kimono. Her hair black like the bristles of a fine brush.
Drunk on Paintings in Tuscany
reconnections, sad news, missed trains and getting a piece of my life back… interesting morning today
Hong Kong Needs Laws To Guard Against Discrimination
The Magic of Finding an Old Photo and Hearing the Story Behind it. It Gives a New Appreciation for Everything.
CARDUME DE NÃO.
So Much Money, but Such Little Time
"To look on nature, not as in the hour Of thoughtless youth; but hearing oftentimes The still, sad music of humanity..."
Update, Edit, Update
Beyond the Optics of Color