Apologies and Updates

Not that anyone is foolish enough to take a serious interest in this blog, but I do apologize to anyone who DOES take an interest in it, and to myself, for the lack of posts this past month.

Uni, student TV and work experience are taking up a lot of my time, but in the meantime, the good people at United Press have decided, God help them, to publish one of my earlier poems in a new anthology of theirs.

Slinky Green will be featured in their new collection called Bringing It Home, and will be released later this year.

Plus, a recently written essay of mine, one that examines why the cult classic sci-fi puppet show Thunderbirds doesn’t get much academic attention, is also going to be published! The people of Andersonic magazine, a magazine that focuses on examining the works of Gerry Anderson in a serious, critical light, announced the FAB news to me a few days ago, and, needless to say, I’m bloody chuffed!

So sorry again to those who, for whatever reason, actually like the things I ramble on about. Hopefully I’ll return to writing more rambles in the near future, as my poetry has taken over from them somewhat.

Keep on scribbling!

Slouching, a poem

Limp fog dangles over
Street lights and rolling
Headlights, in brittle,
Soot-like night.

Pin-top buildings pierce their
Stillness through the fog’s
Hunches, slipping down walls
Like melting snow.

The tabletop city stirs
As the cloth-fog becomes
Wrenched away for its
Sun-burst wash.

Another Month’s Worth of Poetry (December)

Just One More Breath






The First Cookie of Christmas


Snow Rose


Pendulum Moon



The Swallow in the Hollow

Squatting Bouquet

The Floating Waltz

Winter Twig

Dead Leafs


A Brief Thing

The Tugging Snow

Cotton Ground

Frothy Forests

Static Landslide


Bound for Dreams

A Quartet of Nonsense, part one – Wet Flex

A Quartet of Nonsense, part two – Legless Wind

A Quartet of Nonsense, part three – The Biggest Bang

A Quartet of Nonsense, part four – Evening Tea

The Carol Singers