You came here to find out more about me. After perhaps hundreds of bios and “about me” sections, I’ve lost interest in them. Each carefully crafted line and strategically articulated accomplishments pulls us further from the truth of it, of any of it, for any of us. I prefer the work to stand on its own. Either it’s good, or it’s not. If I have to work to sell it, it pulls me away from making it better. Ironic, isn’t it? I’ve spent a number of years as a marketing copywriter. I suppose that’s why I dislike the act of selling my own work. Also, I live in L.A. and am tired at the artifice required in selling yourself. Also, it seems that I’ve lost all social graces during pandemic lockdown.
I write for readers seeking substantive content, well designed arguments, a carefully crafted turn of phrase exploring paths less traveled.
I appreciate your visit, and that you’ve taken the time to read this far. Perhaps, in the pages that follow, you and I can discover something together, something that lies between the material and the unknown. I like those spaces–unknown unknowns. If you would like to know about those too, then come. I don’t know where I’m going, but I sense it could be interesting.