Wednesday, January 18, 2012

a validity of candor

For decades, I’ve lived with or felt nearest to persons who are emotionally open, trusting, caring, and therefore candid. I’d welcome being told by a friend that I seemed, say, “emotionally disabled,” because—well firstly, that would be funny to hear; but mainly that would be a chance to understand myself better through their sensibility, a chance to learn something about myself, as well as better understand her or him. 

Monday, January 02, 2012


Here are the six sections of “intimacies,” which ends “Elations of solitude,” a book-length project.

therapeutic living


true love and fun with confession

love in manifold

textual intimacy, Take 2