Hiatus

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Dear lovely patient Strange Flowers reader,

If you’ve been here with any regularity over the last few months you’ve doubtless noticed a steady drop-off in frequency. The real world, which generally cares little for the doings of long-dead eccentrics, has press-ganged me into its service such that updating has been sporadic at best.

And now for the first time in several years I’m having a long break from it all, at the end of the world from which I started out. That will mean posting little, if anything, for the next month or so. I hope to return in April with a head full of sun and energy and ideas, but until then – thanks for your attention and patience.

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12 comments

  1. James

    Don’t stay away too long your work is captivating and besides the great dead need you.
    Keep your head in the clouds (graves).

  2. Angie K Walker

    chow for now!

  3. Linda

    safe travels into the real world…will miss your posts…

  4. Barbara Remington

    OH, STRANGE FLOWERS, I LOVE YOU, I WILL MISS YOU. YOU KNOW ALL MY FAVORITE FLOWERS,, SOME STRANGER THAN OTHERS. HAPPY HIATUS! barbara

    Barbara Remington Sent from my iPad

  5. Aida Ghazar

    Thank you so far and waiting for your new postings !Wish you luck!

  6. Roger Walker

    A big part of my day will seem empty without your postings. I hope your time will be filled with whatever it is you desire. Regards, Roger

  7. Have a safe journey! You’ll be much missed.

  8. JOMO

    Enjoy your break James – and we welcome you back to these antipodean shores.
    Perhaps you’ll also find some Strange Flowers here in Sin City 🙂

  9. Rococo Liberal

    Good to see you coming here to sunny Sydney. ENjoy your time away

  10. The fabulous deviatesinc at Tumblr linked here in a post tonight & I felt a sharp pang of sadness at realizing how long it’s been since there was a Strange Flowers post in my inbox. I’m really glad you could take a break–everyone deserves one, especially someone who has done such brilliant & extensive scholarly work as you have here!–but please know how much you are missed, and how much your future posts are happily anticipated!

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