During the nineties I continued to write, but I also became immersed in a museum project which took up much of my resources for the next twenty years – although for ten of those years, I did enter into a very successful phase of digital 3d Art, where I worked under the art name 'e-brink'. There is a web site displaying some of my work and you will find a link to this site at the bottom of this page.
However, a few years ago the poetry urge came again, as it always had in the past, and with the same certainty and vigour. Because of this seemingly unstoppable force, I decided the time was right to withdraw from everything else and start to present my work to the public and I have been working towards that end for a few years now. In fact, in a very crowded and limiting field, I have managed to get some poems individually published, which is important – the endorsement of others is a wonderful thing. My main goal now is putting together a plan for my poetry in its entirety, which will involve the production of several new books. Meanwhile, I have published a short book of twenty-nine poems that was written, more or less, in the nineties. It is called 'Hope in the Heart of Hatred'. This book will act as a bridge between my earlier work and the new. I have also published an anthology of one hundred and two new poems called: 'Gain of Function'. See the books page.
Sometimes I think my life has been more about my writing than it has me, and therefore this web site page undoubtedly reflects that too – it is not so much about me as about my poems and my interest in poetry.