Category Archives: autobiography

Portraits – Power and Glory vis-a-vis Form and Content(ment)

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The Black Notebooks

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Reluctance

English-language journal of deeply philosophical intent now available in paperback @ https://www.createspace.com/5540134

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BOLD AND ECLECTIC

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MY SOUL ON ICE

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HOW I WRITE

I never wrote from money or even for money.  Everything I have ever written has come from an inner conviction and owes nothing to commerce, still less to commercial pressures from the publishing bourgeoisie.  If you can only write because … Continue reading

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ORANGE AND GREEN

The bright orange glow of a spectacular sunset upon which I have privately superimposed the mellifluous strains of a Tangerine Dream track while wearing a dark orange T-shirt over a pale green vest (closer to my heart) which seems to … Continue reading

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