Happy Pride to all on the 40th anniversary of Stonewall. In spite of torrential rain, I had a great time participating in the 17th annual Dyke March, which tends to be my personal Pride highlight. The Dyke March is a non-corporate political event in which queer women march-- without a permit!-- down Fifth Avenue, celebrating our diverse and powerful community and basically telling the world that, if it doesn't like that, it can feck off. To me, it's truer than the other Pride events to the original spirit of Stonewall and Pride generally.
This is the web home of my musical endeavo(u)rs. I'm a songwriter and recording artist from Galway, Ireland, now based in Cincinnati, Ohio following stints in New York and Charleston. I make DIY independent pop music and you can hear it here and in other places around the web for free. I'm also assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College. Here on the blog you will find music, pictures, news, occasional random thoughts, and some of my musical influences. If you've been listening and enjoying, do say hello and/or ask a question. For philosophy stuff, go here.