Poverty And Austerity: Some Drugs And Some People

Here we go again. The recent headlines in the UK, concerning drug use by some politicians is to me, a prime example of how ignorant, and strategically confusing the unholy alliance between party politics and party media can become.   First, stories about cocaine use by prominent Tory politicians, Michael Gove, the main story, followed by […]

Hope – A Slice Of Life

HI, This blog has been pretty formal and usually my posting of something readymade, or linked to some media or other. Here I’ll simply describe my day so far, and two events that gave me, and with luck will give you, some hope. (or extra courage of hopelessness, however you prefer?) Friday night I lost […]

Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’

My broadest respects and thanks to Gregory Arnott for the kind and brilliant review, and for sharing a part of his journey, alongside and within my works. Thank You. –Steve And thanks to Tom Jackson of RAWillumination for the BLOG POST. Gregory Arnott reviews Fly’s ‘Tale of the Tribe’ By Gregory Arnott Special guest blogger […]

No Brexit Party No

Brexit Party, No. I’m a European, I live and work and love in Europe. (Edited from a morning rant posted unedited, and so with angry overtones, and irresponsible conclusions) I remain politically aloof, although…my opinions are clear and published on matters concerning UK citizens today. Aristotelian politics, the arts, history, philosophy, music, poetry, culture, conspiracy, […]

Sollasina Cthulhu (The Hereford Cucumber Horror)

I contended in “they came to starburg” that the origin of cthulhu is located somewhere in Malvern (Hereford And Worcestershire) now this discovery lends some support…to my fiction.    “An incredibly well-preserved fossil unearthed in Herefordshire has been named after a hideous creature from fiction: Sollasina cthulhu.”   #SeaCucumbers #Cucumbertime https://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/cthulu-fossils-sea-cucumbers-discovery-sea-creature-lovecraft-a8862066.html