(fleeting) is hosted and powered by the eponymous Micro.blog, which is a community of blogs stitched together by a timeline that allows for posts and comments. It looks kinda like Twitter, but with a few critical differences: No likes, no follower counts, no trending hashtags. The result is something like many small, overlapping communities. Learn more here and here. The theme is called “Tufte.” Learn more about it here.
There isn’t much of a focus at (fleeting), as is befitting a personal blog, though I’ve been known to talk about pencils, poetry, bookmarks that turn up in books, and an ongoing series of pictures as I transition from one Field Notes notebook to the next.
My other blog is next door at A Foolish Consistency. Powered by the delightful Blot, AFC is more of a longform blog and commonplace book. It’s also a warehouse for miscellaneous and needlessly prolix bloviations from the deep past, dredged from several old and otherwise mothballed blogs dating from the early and mid Aughts.
A Foolish Consistency is part of the Poetry Blogging Network, which means I try to chunter on about poetry with some regularity. (“Try” being the operative word.)
If you want all that David Copperfield crap, see my About page for many unnecessary details. Email me, if you are so moved, at hello at letterspace.org.