I’ve re-ordered the ‘media’ page for, hopefully, easier sourcing of information. I cycle in and out of floods of student requests for information (February and November are peak periods here in Antigua, though March has been epic this year as well). And while I am grateful that my books are being read and studied, responding to each individual request for information is not practical or possible. This year especially so. Also, not everyone comes right or respects boundaries.

I cannot lay my bedgrass bare – some information is personal – and I only ever wanted to talk through my books, but this is my home on the web, pull from this space what you can. That means, students, you have to dig around and do the research (hitting up the author on social media is not doing the research). I have tried to better preview the links on the media page and there is a search tool to your right, as well.

I do want to try to help how I can, which is why I’ve taken the time to clean up the media page and improve the links. Because, in light of the recent tide and the tone of some of the approaches, I have had to adopt a policy of no longer responding to individual student information requests. That’s how it has to be right now.

I do remain grateful for any interest in my work and I will continue to put my energies in to producing better and more work.

Go here for those media links.


3 thoughts on “Homework

  1. I love Antigua! Was there at age seven and again in my 20s. What a beautiful place to live.

    Now absolutely intrigued by the expression you used. “I cannot lay my bedgrass bare.” Poetry!

    • Cool; thanks for the Antigua-love. Right now my office is my back porch in view of blue skies and my blooming mango tree so though the morning’s work is tedious, I can’ t complain. You must visit us again.

      • Wow. Deep sigh of envy — my view today is of such thick fog and rainy mist that the entire Tappan Zee Bridge and Hudson River (we face northwest) are invisible; we are 25 miles north of NYC.

        I stayed both times at Nelson’s Dockyard. Would love to return. Such a great place to live.

        Enjoy the beauty!

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