In which Tom has had a dream of a new edition of Sometimes a Wild God; old-new words; and his son learns to say ‘Baba Yaga…’
On April 23rd, I’ll be running a one-day storytelling workshop in Exeter. Originally conceived as a perk for the Hedgespoken crowdfunding campaign back in 2014, it’s taken a while to get together, but is finally here.
Originally posted on Hedgespoken – the blog:
So. It feels like we’ve entered another phase of this strange and befuddling funding journey – we’re not on the lamplit path to the home-springs yet, at all: we’re still traversing the rocky chasms of uncertainty and the vine-thick forests of hopefulness. We have only three weeks left…
Out onto the moor today. In the midst of all the busy-ness, the prospect of putting miles of moorland under my feet and acres of clear sky in my eyes gladdens my heart like the homecoming that it is, ‘though greater, when I’m out with the skylarks, the buzzards and the long grass. I’ll sing… Continue reading Tuesday, moor-day.
Who knows how long this will be the case? But it is a victory for sense over insanity, however long it lasts!
Originally posted on the roy hamric journal:
A Gary Snyder interview I did more than a year ago that appeared in the The Kyoto Journal #76 issue in July 2012 is here.
Well, I think this is a song. It doesn’t have a tune yet – does that mean it isn’t a song yet? Help it be a song – give it some music and send me a copy… Well, the Buddha’s in the Buddhafield And Christ is in the church. (They say that) Krishna’s in the… Continue reading Hundred and Five Blues