Month: December 2016

Ambiguous spaces

It was the best day to visit the zoo: the air cold and crisp, a clear sky, no wind, the sun low. Quiet, no queues. Most families were at home celebrating an early St. Nicolas I suppose. I like the zoo. I like the constructed landscapes, […]



I read an interview recently with a Dutch author who just published his correspondence from over the years. He said that letters that are unanswered, become a sort of fiction. He didn’t explain himself, but I liked the idea. I’ve written quite a few letters […]

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