Here’s Looking at You, Kid. September 2016.

Dear Rowley, As of Toronto, I have been very reluctant to go an awful lot further than the front door to Bloomsbury Towers. Yes, Mum and I had a terrific lunch at Wiltons (my London home-from-home) on gammon Thursday and … Continue reading

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Cascades. August 2016.

Dear Rowley, Since we last corresponded, I am still in the hospital in Toronto but am now free to be at large from 6am to 9pm outside the fifth floor ward. This has given me forty-eight hours and counting to … Continue reading

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Now Voyager. New Year’s Eve 2011.

Dear Rowley, Happy New Year darling. Do you have any resolutions? E. M. Forster had it so right: ‘only connect’. My resolution is to communicate in person or on the telephone and not in cyber space. It is one of … Continue reading

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