Firefly Magazine and The Fable Online

  Today, two online journals are featuring my work and I am so proud to be a part of both of these amazing literary collections. Today was the launch of the first issue of Firefly Magazine, a journal of luminous writing, showcasing poetry, flash fiction, short stories and art. Check out issue one through theContinue reading “Firefly Magazine and The Fable Online”


  We are gender bred, not born into who we are but told forever after what we should become by people, parishioners, preachers, pariahs, parasites, philistines. He is boy not because of an apple that long ago lodged itself in his neck or a cock that swells so often by his bowels. She is girlContinue reading “THE CURIOUS CASE OF THE CUNT IN CASUAL CONVERSATION”


Cutting through the side of the cemetery where Sartre and Simone lay sleeping, trees line an alley, swaddled in sunshine, testifying to today’s teeming tenements, tiny tents pitched by penniless people on pavements echoing existentialisms very essence of existence, regardless of which came first, existence or essence, life or death, rich or poor, the tragicContinue reading “L’EXISTENCE CONDAMNÉ”


  In the shadows of the night He threads his way, carefully, Like a needle running silk, Through distant dreams He yearned for in younger days, Carefree then, the dainty drifter, The doe-eyed dandy with a want To witness the world, to flitter And flap like a starling in first flight, To seek sustenance inContinue reading “SALUTATIONS FROM THE SHADOWS OF SLEEP”


On a break from posting poetry, I am sidelining, for a moment, into my ‘studied’ trade of pattern maker and avid admirer of all things fashion orientated. The Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, France, located along the rue du Rivoli wing of the Louvre, recently unveiled its latest exhibition entitled KoreaNow, bringing to the attentionContinue reading “KOREAN INSPIRED”

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