Calling John a paranoid fuck was a faux pas. He was a Great Artist, and my reverence didn’t allow room for the possibility that he was human, and could be wounded. John sent me an email one morning, after a post I had written about him. “What you wrote was nice, thank you,” or something … Continue reading
A follow-up on our December story on Sir David Dixon: our friend was Freshly Pressed! All is now right with the world. If you haven’t read it yet, take a short trip his way, and enjoy. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here. The post is here.
The Great XMAS Blogroll Induction Extravaganza – Day 10. Art holds a distinctive place in my life: my father was an artist, and I am grateful that he was insistent on passing down his love of the Arts to us. I mostly avoid “art” blogs, or “poetry” blogs—I’m rather transparent, and you would know pretty … Continue reading
The Great XMAS Blogroll Induction Extravaganza – Day 6. Today’s blogroll inductee needs no introduction. I’m proud and honoured that The Middlest Sister has accepted to be part of Le Clown’s XMAS blogroll. Nicole is one of the most creative, original, and insightful bloggers on WordPress. Mad props to you, my friend. It was upon the … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, Maggie from Someone Fat Happened wrote me this email: Le Clown, how do we get David Dixon Freshly Pressed? I didn’t have the answer. The next best thing to do was to ask our story wranglers the same question: Michelle and Cheri, how do we get Bring Me the Head of David … Continue reading
This post is written for Brother Jon‘s Funny Dad Friday installments. My dad was born into a Catholic family: he was the first child and had ten siblings—all girls. At the age of 11, he was taken away from his school desk and was presented with his first job—eleven mouths to feed don’t come cheap, choices were … Continue reading
If you could see this clown now, you wouldn’t notice how pretty he is as you’d be flabbergasted by how fu*king red his face is from the overwhelming response he received from you, fellow bloggers, when you were forcefully kindly asked to create a new header for his blog. [Now to stop referring to myself in the third person...] … Continue reading