About the huzzing sea
Fiction published in ‘Dead Language and other stories’; Journalist & editor (available for freelance work). Urban Irish cowboy; makes music mixes now and again. Worked for/published by: The Guardian; Private Eye; The Times Literary Supplement; The Irish Times; The Sunday Times; Irish Independent; Architecture Ireland; The Idler; Village magazine (Dublin); Daily Mirror; Belfast Telegraph; The Irish News; What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision magazine; Monocle magazine; Derry Journal; BBC Northern Ireland; Gill & Macmillan (Ireland); Imbibe magazine.
When the legend becomes fact, print the legend – The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
These are just some notes along the way, ‘thought moments’ as Edward Thomas called them.
On the way to what, I’m not entirely sure, but you can take them as markings in my mind of things we face together on the common road: things we may hold dear, things we may wish to question.
John Clare said ‘words are poor receipts for what time hath stolen away’, but I hope you enjoy these ‘rumblings and visions’ nonetheless.
Thanks for reading, much obliged.