Dear Friend and Reader:
Welcome! This page is the beginning of a comprehensive archive of my journalism, which long predates my being an astrologer. These days, I write mostly about astrology, though since astrology is about the world, I branch into many other topics.
There’s lots of stuff on this page though most of it opens offsite. The links take you to little collections here and there.
A selection of my environmental journalism is posted to the Dioxin Dorms website.
You will find a collection of my satires at Save April Fools!
For those interested in articles written around the theories of Marshall McLuhan, Eris and the internet, here is a collection. If you’re interested in why things seem so weird, crazy and over the top right now, I trust you will find this set of about 10 articles to be enlightening. You will also track my process of figuring out where we are when we are in digital space.
You may have heard a rumor that I write about sex. Where did you hear it? Anyway, it’s true. It’s a theme integrated into Planet Waves. We’ve also selected a few of my best pieces and a reading list and put them onto a site called Yogi Slut. If you have an inquiry about Book of Blue, please write to me.
If you’re looking for something you read a long time ago (this website goes back to 1998), write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, copying email@example.com for good measure. If I’m free I’ll also answer the phone. You can call (845) 338-4846. If you don’t get me, try again. I’m always up to work on some new, weird or interesting project — and I take requests, and also follow up on story leads.
Kingston, NY, Jan. 19, 2020
A Few Extras
Light Bridge: The 25-Year Span
from the 1987 Harmonic Convergence to 2012 (PDF). This is a compilation that covers, in detail, the planetary aspects through the Millennial era, from the 1990s through “the end of the Mayan calendar.” We produced this in 2011 and I have not looked at it much since…man it is a trip.
Eris: Facets and Fragments of Self
The first ever major article about the new planet Eris,
from January 2006, written in Brussels