My favorite written form is the essay, the transcribed ramblings of a brain that’s always roaming, always playful, constrained by not much more than a limited page count. Over the past several decades, I’ve touched on nearly every subject imaginable, writing on my blog and in a variety of other outlets. Some pieces end up as spoken-word performances, some end up in print, some end up online, and some just hover, waiting to emerge. Read some of my favorite pieces right here, organized by my somewhat peculiar criteria.
On the subject of hidden worlds:
On life’s aggravations:
“Dialogues From the Grand Salon” – 2005
On the dimensions of awe:
“Joy” – 2005
“Regarding Poetry” – 2006
Essays published in print media or webzines:
Keep an eye on this page—new work is coming.