Back in 2007, I retired after a career teaching law at the University of Georgia in Athens. I had entered my late 50’s and wanted to do some things other than law. In particular, I wanted to make photographs and do some creative writing.
Here at ambivalent.me, my online home, I share my writing, predominantly poetry, and my photography, emphasizing the street photography I’ve done in Athens and in many places around the world. Please swing by my blog to see what new mischief I’m into. You’ll find PDFs of my poetry here and here. And my photography page is here. You can reach these areas of the site using the drop down menu as well.
Very recently, I joined the Patreon community of creators. Patreon allows folks to become patrons of creators, primarily by pledging some small amount each month to support the creator’s work.
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