January 10, 2021
Remembering Nan
Yesterday I mentioned the family history with reference to my mother fighting for her chance to be the first in […]
April 30, 2016
… you better look good on wood
The news this evening (Bogota time) that Daniel Berrigan died in New York at the age of 94 has had […]
February 20, 2016
A lost craft
I landed at Heathrow this morning to pick up a message from my sister attaching this photograph. He had found […]
November 27, 2013
From Chester to Bangor
It's funny how specific objects trigger complex memories.  I changed trains in Chester station today on the way to Bangor […]
January 7, 2013
Charity is the opiate of the people
It will take a bit of time to get to my twist of Marx's famous comment on Religion, and a […]
September 25, 2012
And…I’m back!
Excitement mounts. In a couple days I'll be flying to Jakarta as one-sixteenth of Cappella Martialis to sing Brahms' Ein […]
April 4, 2012
I was going to buy leather patches for the tweed jacket …
Yainnis Gabriel recent reflection on his 2008 article in Organisational Studies triggered some thoughts on my own presentation style over […]