I did a haiku the other day about Ronette walking over the bridge. I wanted to develop it a bit as her character doesn’t get much attention despite the trauma she endures. So, here’s what I came up with. You can see the video version here The Pulaski Girl Battered and broken Left to wander […]Read more "The Pulaski Girl – a haiku sequence"
Hi everyone, I’ve had another article published, not on Taste of Cinema this time but on the 25YL TV and Film website. Surprise, surprise, its Twin Peaks related. I’ve written about the European pilot episode of the series and how I view the extra scenes at the end, especially in light of Season 3. Hope […]Read more "The Forgotten Pieces"
Had some time on my hands this afternoon and put together this quick palindrome about the darkness in old woods. Hope you like it. Palindrome for Dark Woods We as complicated creatures perceive, Darkness and vile things, Among trees vast, tall. Black and hungry fire burns, Hot and diseased, Wings spread across, Branches and leaves, […]Read more "Palindrome for Dark Woods – a poem"
I was going to save these until Saturday, but then I saw that it was Kyle Maclachlan’s birthday today, so I thought I’d move it up the list a little. Following on from my poem, A Sonnet for Laura Palmer the other day, I decided to keep on going and write another one; this time about […]Read more "Two Coopers – Two Sonnets"
Hi everyone, I’ve got an update on Cameron’s Twin Peaks Fan film project. He’s released a new video with details about the project. You can view it here: Good luck from me, Cameron. As far as The Ardenna Crossing is concerned (still can’t believe I’ve finalised the title), I’m meeting with some young people tomorrow […]Read more "Cameron’s Twin Peaks Fan Film -Update"
Hi there, As you know if you follow this page, I’m a big fan of David Lynch and Mark Frost’s Twin Peaks. When I wrote an article about the new series, I was lucky enough to be invited on the Obnoxious and Anonymous YouTube channel to talk about it. The man behind that channel is […]Read more "A ‘Twin Peaks’ fan film announcement"
They say never meet your heroes. So why is it that every time I meet people from the world of Twin Peaks, they turn out to be lovely, genuine people. It’s been the case every time I’ve attended the UK event. For me, it started with Sheryl Lee and Dana Ashbriook in 2014, continued with […]Read more "Twin Peaks UK Festival 2017 in pictures"