Since my early teens, hardly a day‘s gone by when I haven’t written. As such, putting pen to paper’s been my go-to means of both dealing with the hardships and celebrating the wonders of life for over forty years. During that time, I’ve not only explored themes as varied as Robin Hood, a ghostly sister and an imaginary friend but also developed a consistently low-context style. In my work, what you see is most definitely what you get. This is fortunate given what currently keeps me coming back to the blank page: non-dual awareness. As challenging as this subject can be (eyes frequently glaze over when it’s brought up in conversation), there’s no need to make it worse by looking at it with what another Lewis (Carroll) called “a sort of mental squint”.