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Monday

Trying to keep anything in on a regular schedule that requires thought and creativity is a challenge, but it is worth it when you see a book at the end of it, and when you start to see people get used to receiving it and start responding to it. Discipline is something I try to… Read More Monday

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Saturday

Some days are just really fucking good. I watch Anthony Bourdain in Puerto Rico, and I see the life of the people there, and the beauty of the individuals who are working to make something of their country. I recognise this in my own life, and that is something you have to do. Grass is… Read More Saturday

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Sunday

Regularity in writing is the key. Improvement comes through practice. What can get you writing every day? Making a game of it can help. You set yourself a challenge, and then you rise to the occasion, or not, I suppose. Poetry, prose, and non fiction all stretch different muscles, and require different kinds of discipline.… Read More Sunday

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Sunday

It is interesting how so many years of bad organisation can kind of stack up to make an unconfrontable behemoth of a thing. Picking away at the mountain of misfiled things or not filed things can take an age – but the big advantage is, once they are all cleared up, you can start to… Read More Sunday

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Wednesday

Sure, this will come out Thursday, but then you get something Thursday too. Maybe. Regularity is a thing that I strive for and rarely achieve on a particular platform, though when I finally find a way to collate all my work by date, I am convinced there will not be many days that I haven’t… Read More Wednesday

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Thursday

It is a strange time of year for me – strange that the psychological lure of a new beginning is quickly subsumed into the longshore drift of routine, and you wonder if it was a just a pause in the spin cycles where the water rushes in and you have to tread water to stay… Read More Thursday

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Tuesday

Rattle along. Rattle through. Keep pushing. Try and keep the data-trail clean, and the work will accrue. Just by keeping in regular habits and keeping the whole philosophy of Regular Movement in play I have managed to write many books and have a work ethic that I can be proud of. I am trying this… Read More Tuesday

High Altitude, Low Opening

Aster Risk

Risk Assessment Management had a sheep as it’s mascot. Take the Ram by the horns. Blow the horn. A cuineiform. A nautilus shell. Aster funnily enough, when she went into an area was the source of most of the risk. She had remora tulpas bobbing in her wake that, when she had completed a mission,… Read More Aster Risk

High Altitude, Low Opening

Zoe Trope

Why is the universe spinning? We are looking through the gate of a double slot experiment, and we are seeing it all move, like it is not just pictures strung together in a stroboscopic flow, like a zoetrope. Built around zootrophy. Rings within rings, circles within circles. A downward spiral into the heart of the… Read More Zoe Trope