“As 2016 continues to steamroll our tired hearts, I can’t help but see yesterday’s passing of beloved, iconic Canadian poet-minstrel Leonard Cohen as yet another thread unraveling from the very fabric of society. I can see Uncle Leonard in the corner of a dive bar, clouded in smoke, a notebook and pen on the table in front of him next to a tumbler of whiskey, nodding along with me, his eyes sad but ever hopeful.” For Wear Your Voice Mag, November 2016.
In Prague there is a cemetery filled with open graves. Chapter 11 of “The Secret Life of Stone”.
Three Czech kings have a nasty but well-deserved run-in with a witch. Chapter 8 of “The Secret Life of Stone”.
Even gnomes are bothered by the cruel Prague weather. Chapter 7 of “The Secret Life of Stone”.
Two very different perspectives of side-by-side Prague statues. Chapter 6 of “The Secret Life of Stone”.