THE WOMAN in the WHITE CAR

UIt began inadvertently during a ten day holiday from real work as a sort of film script, changed into a book and was looked at, on and off, for the next few years. It is meant to be an undemanding read for a trip on a train or a plane

THE DUMMY BIRD

A DUMMY BIRD: A short play for radio and self published in a small book of 46 pages
  The CHARACTERS are EVA: a married woman over forty with materialistic tendencies and a yearning for some romance in an otherwise rather dull life. THEO: an equally ambivalent young man of about twenty eight with a strong dependency on his mother and a neurotic affection for slightly painful experiences. EVA'S HUSBAND: an older man with a fondness for drink and a quiet life. And a NARRATOR 

WORDS WITH and WITHOUT

The words I write fall into three main categories:  those that are songs  those that might become songs and those that never will be songs  Examples of each category can be found in the books listed below

LOOKING OUTWARDS AFTER LOOKING IN  

THE SCHIZOID TRAVELLER 

A book entitled THE UNKNOWABLE NEXT will bring together many of the words from previous books and add to them. It will be made available as an accompaniment to the spoken word double CD of the same title