I’ve been looking forward to going to this exhibition for ages and it didn’t disappoint. The HOME gallery in Manchester has an exhibition of David Lynch’s artwork running through until the autumn. After reading ‘Room to Dream’ at Christmas I was eager to see some more of Lynch’s artwork and the chance to do so […]Read more "A Trip to HOME"
I wanted to do something to mark the life of Peggy Lipton who sadly passed away last week. I don’t know much about the lady herself, but I thought she brought so much love and warmth to the character of Norma Jennings in Twin Peaks that I thought I could approach it that way. This […]Read more "The Ovens are Cold – a poem"
Hey everyone, As you may or may not know, back in January I completed my ‘What the Haiku’ challenge of doing a Twin Peaks related haiku every day for a year and putting them on YouTube. Well, I’ve brought them out of the notes section of my phone (in case I sit in a paddling pool with […]Read more "What the Haiku! – The Complete Collection"
Hey everyone, Passing another milestone tonight: my 300th post on this site. I suppose its fitting that it should be about the same thing I usually waffle on about: Twin Peaks. I didn’t have a blu-ray player when this came out so I never saw The Missing Pieces in its entirety until now; those deleted […]Read more "Tonight’s viewing – The Missing Pieces"
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"