When I was a boy, television was called "Books." My first book was a short sci-fi story, typed on my mother's manual typewriter and pasted between two pieces of cardboard that I glued cloth to. I was about eight years old. I still have it, amazingly enough, though much else in the intervening years has been lost. 

I've just published my second book, Gathering the Self: A Baker's Dozen, a collection of thirteen poems and stories, and I hope you enjoy it. 

Soon to follow: Sky Like A River, a picture-book with stories from my sky photography and writing. It will be available in the next few months on my website.  Stop back in anytime for a chat!