I was going through some old journals two days ago and in the one dated June 2, 2002, I came across printouts of a very special email correspondence. Background: In … Continue reading Dear Richard: corresponding with Richard Selzer, M.D.
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“The world bacteria has overcome you, the countryside has turned into literature, poetry and art: and you no longer belong there… But still I paused for a while over my … Continue reading “The countryside has turned into literature, poetry and art…” #HalldorLaxness
Does anyone else (well, I know my daughter does) feel like David Sedaris (and his sister Amy) is a family member? I am that kind of fan. Sorry. Reading his … Continue reading A sock snapping turtle eating David Sedaris’ tumour. A handmade gift.
I have never ceased to wonder at the thing we call human nature, with its time of beauty and its time of filthiness, or at the level of calm stupidity … Continue reading William March’s Company K (1933) studies- ink, watercolour, coffee, salt
“Anne’s reliance on her books for mental well-being and personal happiness was clear – ‘What is there like gaining knowledge?’ she once said. ‘All else here below is indeed but … Continue reading I am happy among my books – I am not happy without them. – Anne Lister
As a child, I desperately searched for characters in books that aligned with my anxious outward ways and my happy reclusive interior. Charlie Brown came close, but he was always … Continue reading There is one moment in Pippi Longstocking that nailed it for me…
Feeling burned out today from my bread and butter work, I decided to ignore my entire to-do list this evening, decided to not to catch up on things, to ignore … Continue reading One must not be too romantic about madness…
Illustrating decomposition by allowing the newsprint to deteriorate over several years and for the dead bird to slowly be encompassed by embroidered roots and the dark. The process continues. Check … Continue reading Nature moves through carcasses…
Molly- a true crime analysis is my experimental graphic novel, originally workshopped online in weekly instalments between January 15, 2017 and January 13, 2018. I call the current online version the third … Continue reading Relaunch and new look: my online graphic novel “Molly, a True Crime Analysis, the third draft”
Previously on PND: Instalment 1: Introduction Instalment 2: The First Entries Instalment 3: Do Tendu Jetés en Balance Instalment 4: Sex Education Instalment 5: They Don’t Know What It Is Potato … Continue reading Potato Nose Diaries (1977): Instalment 9- Torpet
Previously on PND: Instalment 1: Introduction Instalment 2: The First Entries Instalment 3: Do Tendu Jetés en Balance Instalment 4: Sex Education Instalment 5: They Don’t Know What It Is Potato … Continue reading Potato Nose Diaries (1977): Instalment 8- The Letter
Imagination, of course, can open any door– turn the key and let the terror walk right in. – Truman Capote No. 1 Richard Hickock: “It was early, not yet nine…” … Continue reading Inktober 2018: 31 studies of Truman Capote’s IN COLD BLOOD