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mini essay

This is to remind casual and regular readers of this blog that each month I send out a mini-essay to people who have subscribed to my mailing list. The essay is not published anywhere on this site and is a chance for me to write and share nascent ideas (mostly, but not exclusively, about art and choreography).

Here’s an example of an essay from September 2022 — it discusses happiness, Jon Kabat-Zinn, John Tarrant, and Bruce Springsteen, and features a video of a ruru (morepork) shot by my brother at his home in Wellington, Aotearoa.

And here is where you can [subscribe to the mailing list(http://eepurl.com/dDJc_D).

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