This week’s issue of S P C is *wrapped!* Here’s a link. http://gum.co/space-secretlocation-cakewalk

I’m enjoying this. We’re going to do a call today with a few guests for a mini-teleconference call, ‘A Life That Isn’t Yours.’ Those will be the first people I send invitations to for our next set of conversations in the cloud, which is the good ol’ ‘Interactive Papers Project.’Continue Reading

It’s a big day for me, here. I’ve been rewriting. A lot. Know what? ‘Writing is all rewriting’ is one of the first things I heard about this profession, and it’s really quite true. You can’t just start and go in a line and get to the end, like it’sContinue Reading

I was going to write this to R., but I think it’s more to ‘readers.’ I mean, readers as in people who are there, reading this. Reading regularly ? Not even known to me but perhaps there, reading. Curious and wondering. I want to write to you. I’ll keep itContinue Reading

Putting the final edits together for this new short book! Bangkok!, all the stories combined from 2015-2020 in a curated, special edition of a packed PDF called ‘Step a Little Closer.’ Details soon. Meantime, SaLC is ready for pre-order. Pre-order ‘Step a Little Closer’ Here’s a link http://gum.co/kismuth-step

[deleted]   Looking up stuff and writing my own things, for my own audience (S P C [$]), I could talk about such philosophical how-to, and why-to sorts of things. I really do talk. And a lot. And you can hear some of it, at these videos. There is moreContinue Reading

It’s been a little while since I wrote or talked about The Dive, published back in 2012. But in recent days I’ve met some people who might like to read my story, and so, I’m putting it back here, for them. Why I’m sharing this book again is because ofContinue Reading

The Book of Songs

THE FALL OF 2015. Sweden. A small boat harbor. A little bit of time and space. Me, my writing stuff. A couple of black pens and an empty grid notebook. The big idea was to go and discover about ‘uncertainty’. I mean, it was pretty open-ended. Sure it was. ThatContinue Reading