I see them in my dreams, sometimes Floating around rather aimlessly, these paper boats going nowhere soon, these books, to … Continue reading Tsundoku
On the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War 1,some of my favorite recent articles on the event, looking … Continue reading THE GREAT WAR
Adam Johnson, author of the the brilliant “The Orphan Master’s Son” (my copy of which I seem to have misplaced, … Continue reading Dear Leader eat that.
This article is so, so lip-smackingly good it’s illegal. For more by Paterniti, check this out. Continue reading BON APPETIT.
You know I hadn’t actually sat down to write this I had actually sat down to make an inventory list … Continue reading VERSE #1
DISCLAIMER: this is a note written without any adequate research of any kind into the issues raised. one understands and … Continue reading Sign me up, I want to be assimilated
“Why don’t you write something?”, she asks me. I think of things I should have put on paper a long … Continue reading Writing
Let us assume there are two truths Two realities that we hold on fiercely to Two flags planted on disputed … Continue reading Diplomacy
Fool’s gold is precious The deception hides hope underneath Veins of happiness running through Sands of indifference Who’s to … Continue reading Tabula Rasa
Your scribblings, rough, misshapen, premature Blink timidly under harsh sunlight And then retreat into their cocoon You lose them, and … Continue reading When You Write