I’m a Whimsylph (such creatures exist) with a background in anthropology and art history, and with a curiosity about photography (v amateur photographer), art, surrealism, anthropology, Dada, magical realism, spirituality, politics, environmentalism, random rambles, meditative musings, and the origins of tic tacs. I also have a chronic illness which makes regular blogging tricky.

9 responses to “About

  1. Bonjour Mme Whmsylph

    I have the bizarre feeling that a creature similar to you lives inside of me for l have the same exact curiosities save for the tic tacs, in my case it is fray bentos corned beef and occasionally the jumbo sized packets of quavers.

    Thanks for the follow – l love people who can make me happy – and your lovely blog does exactly that.



    • bonjour Monsieur Redstuffdan,

      Thank you for dropping by and for the lovely comment. I suspect there may be a number of we whimsylph critters knocking around, strolling down surreal passages (with mannequins on pavements dressed in bow-ties and bananas), chomping on fray bentos pies and/or tictacs (delete appropriately). I look forward to perusing more of your blog and sharing the odd virtual quaver with you.



  2. Hello & thank you for stopping by Fictional Machines- I definitely like what I see here, will return- Have a great day, take care!

  3. I absolutely love your latest post, JE Lattimer, the one about the warmth from the diamond of light being just enough (I can’t find anywhere to post on your blog).

    • Hello- I just discovered this comment [It did not register on my end on September 19th]. Thank you again for the kind words- Yes, I had turned the comments off for a few months due to some issues with wordpress that have now been resolved [Many ‘behind the scenes’ stories like that which will be shared on Fictional at some point]. But the comments have been reopened now and I also added a contact page with an email. I do plan on returning to the ‘disconnected from the dystopia’ story that you mentioned above soon and finishing the tale! Thanks for the support- Take care!


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