~ Hi folks I’m still working as a caregiver/creator – all heart and no capital! Which means I still can’t afford to rent my own private corner of Amazon. On the other hand – doesn’t Bezos have enough of the book-trade money
Hi, I’m Paul Snyders. Welcome to Large Ess Small Press. I have worked as a technician, educator, writer and art model, and now I write about friendship, love, work, art, heart and striving – and the sort of crazy pratfalls and misadventures
Fear not – I just took this photo today, the old place has not being demolished. Better still, though presently an events venue (and a spiffy central one at that) they still have a fabulous screen and could again be a theatre.
There are quite a few libraries in Toronto which hold a special place in my heart. I’ve shown the lovely Yorkville and mentioned the even more original and architecturally exquisite Wychwood library, both of which came from Carnegie’s still reverberating library building
Toronto lost a genuine hero-artist a few days ago, and with all the chaos nowadays in the news, many barely noticed his passing. There are so many different things one can say about Michael Snow (born Dec 10 1928 right here in
Hey folks – just wanted to let all of my loyal readers know I am now (also) writing on substack. Check it out here. You can bookmark the site itself here and read it any time. But if you sign-up, you get
I must admit that when I say it simply, it still sounds like a silly bit of dinner party wit, even to me, but I actually was part of a socialist comics collective way back in the late 1980s (my early twenties).
The Quarry and the Years of Growth (as always, click top pic for high-res gallery) Yellow Creek may be mediated by stone – but nature works with what it finds Like many of my photographically inclined friends around the world, I’ve been
Toronto has a lot of streets with their own particular flavour, I’ve mentioned Yonge St and Queen St many times, as their cultural significance and wonky charisma warrant, but you can’t even begin to understand Toronto at all without considering the character
And years to get this far – junior officers quarters – Fort York (Top photo) This long weekend in early August is one of the sweetest miniature vacations of the summer – and we have had absolutely lovely weather for it. To
Mason’s craft (top photo) (As always – click the top photo, to see the whole series at more eye-friendly scale) ;o) Not long ago I walked Yonge St – from Davisville down to the lake, so I could take the pulse of