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Fall to Be
Saturday, September 16, 2023

Hosta 'Island Breeze' 18 September 2023

 

The changing of the seasons to this widower is a sad affair. I cannot share with Rosemary our plans for the next or make a list of garden activities that have to be done in the next few days.

My roses are waning but a few still open to my short delight. Years ago hostas were supposed to bloom in June but one, Hosta ‘Tardiflora’ did so in September. In today’s blog (back a few days but showing a scan done 18 September 2023) I show Hosta ‘Island Breeze’ in bloom but with fall leaves. Is it confused? Or are more hostas being hybridized to bring colour later in the season?

I would have discussed this fact with Rosemary and she would have been interested.

With the increasing change of temperature I find myself wearing flannel shirts over my Ts. It was last year that I found out that when Julio Cortázar’s protagonist in his novel Rayuela (Hopscotch) feels cold in a coming Paris winter, he buys a canadiense (in Spanish we never capitalize a country’s name when used as an adjective. Soy un argentino). Cortázar’s canadiense is our lumberjack shirt.

As it begins to darken earlier I find myself getting into bed (on the bed with clothes) with Niño and Niña and I am hit by that empty side of my bed and the absent presence of Rosemary that is there.

It will not go away.


 




My Mentors on Writing
Friday, September 15, 2023

Les Wiseman

 

Today I have reached a milestone of sorts as I have passed the 5900 blogs mark. I was lying in bed unable to sleep as I think of Bunny Watson connections among the 27 writer photographs of mine that will be displayed at the International Book Fair (FIL) in Mexico City beginning on October 13th.

Bunny Watson

I thought about the fact that while I may not be a good writer I am a writer. Some of my blogs are not bad. How did I get there?

 

John Lekich

I may have inherited some talent from George Waterhouse Hayward, my journalist father (the Buenos Aires Herald). I could have been inspired by my mother Filomena Cristeta de Irureta Goyena who was a fine poet.

But I am sure that there might have been some influence from my four years at St. Edward’s High School in Austin, Texas in the late 50s. The Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross were exceptional teachers. One of them Brother Dunstan Bowles, C.S.C. told me, “I am unable to read your terrible handwriting. Get an italic pen and learn to use it.”

My Brother Fathers Remembered

When Rosemary, our two daughters and I moved to Vancouver from Mexico City in 1975, about three years after, I was working as a photographer (freelance) for Vancouver Magazine. I was immediately paired with rock column writer (In One Ear) Les Wiseman. He was and is a snob. He told me, “If you are going to listen to heavy metal rock it better be Motorhead. And don’t forget that Lou Reed is God.”

His editor Malcolm Parry informed me I was to write a cover story for the magazine as soon as the Falklands/Malvinas was over by the end of May 1982. I did, but by then I had some sound advice from both Les Wiseman and writer John Lekich.

Wiseman told me: “Unless you are Charles Dickens you never begin in the beginning. You start in the middle and work both ways." He further advised me to write about that which I knew and if I didn’t that I should consult and expert.

Les Wiseman- Mentor & Friend

John Lekich told me: “Whatever you put in your first paragraph it should be in your last.”

The Infallibility of John Lekich

There was one more mentor who helped who was an unexpected one. I was in Seattle to photograph James Ellroy. While taking his picture he told me, “Sometimes I open a manuscript in my computer and just change or add a comma. I then shut my computer. I have written for the day.”

James Ellroy

 




(2) Men for All Ages
Thursday, September 14, 2023

Art Bergmann & Joe Keithley

 

 

Men for All Ages

They were men for all ages

Captain Kirk, Spock, Scotty and Bones

They were men for all ages

Somehow evil was overthrown

They always strove for honour

Never fought for gold

Live long and prosper

Never really got old

Live long and prosper

Never really got old

Joe Keithley, Falling Apart Songs, SOCAN

 

Joe Keithley, known by some of us as Joey Shithead and Art Bergmann are two punk singers from the past who did not stay as they were and have progressed to new stuff. I am inspired by them to keep going with my photography, scanning and writing at my age of 81.

I was driving to pick up my daughter Hilary a couple of months ago when I heard Joe Keithley (who also represents Hilary’s riding in Burnaby as a City Counsellor) being interviewed on CBC Radio. He then played a newly recorded version of Men for all Ages that simply had me parking my car to listen to it.

Men for All Ages

 Art Bergmann is launching a new record and officially a biography on him on Friday September 29th at the Rickshaw Theatre.

An Evening with Art Bergmann

Many people in this city have little memory for its past. Many of my favourite songs by Art Bergmann like Yellow Pages cannot be found on the net. But this early one Data Redux (as perfect as a punk song can be) can be heard here.  And here is Keithley’s new version of Men for All Ages.

 Data Redux

Then there are songs that have completely faded from the memory of many but not from mine. The Secret Vs were a punk band from the early 80s. Their song Waiting for the Drugs to Take Hold is one of my favourite Vancouver songs ever. There are some who might think that the lyrics fit our Vancouver right now.

Waiting for the Drugs to Take Hold

Sometimes I feel proud to be living in Vancouver. I am right now thanks to these fine men. 

And I must add that Rosemary and I when living in Mexico City, in the early 70s we were fans of La Odisea del Espacio. It was a dubbed version of Star Trek. Captain Kirk often said, "¿Chihuahua, donde está el señor Espok? 

When we arrived to Vancouver in 1975 while watching TV I asked Rosemary, "Why is Shatner in a SuperValu ad?"  We did not know he was Canadian.




Literary Nonsense
Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Rosa 'Darcey Bussell' 13 September 2023


 

More than ever I know that few in this century have enough staying power to read beyond one line and are more likely to put a thumbs-up emoji instead of that terrible past method “nice pic”.

At the same time, since I began blogging in January of 2006, I have comfortably understood that my knowledge of poetry (I was sadly ignorant before) has grown as I have been mating my photographs with poems now for a long time. Google is indeed a good source to find combinations.

On a day like today, a lazy Wednesday of nice sun, I noticed a red English Rose, Rosa ‘Darcey Bussell’. I have written a few blogs featuring a red rose with poets like Borges, William Carlos Williams and William Shakespeare. Google again came to the rescue with a poem I had never seen before by W.H. Auden and a lovely one in Spanish by Chilean poet Gabriela Mistral.

I can assert here, that thanks to my blog (I like that Spanish word bitácora which is a ship’s blog but really defines a blog to me), I am a pretty literate person.

It is of no consequence of importance that I will meet my oblivion literally.

And no matter how rosy this red rose is, when I saw it as I cut it, and scanned it I saddened while thinking of my Rosamaría who so much liked this particular red rose. 

Nonsense Song

by W. H. Auden

My love is like a red red rose

Or concerts for the blind,

She's like a mutton-chop before

And a rifle-range behind.

 

Her hair is like a looking-glass,

Her brow is like a bog,

Her eyes are like a flock of sheep

Seen through a London fog.

 

Her nose is like an Irish jig,

Her mouth is like a 'bus,

Her chin is like a bowl of soup

Shared between all of us.

 

Her form divine is like a map

Of the United States,

Her foot is like a motor-car

Without its number-plates.

 

No steeple-jack shall part us now

Nor fireman in a frock;

True love could sink a Channel boat

Or knit a baby's sock.

La rosa colorada…

 

Gabriela Mistral

La rosa colorada

cogida ayer;

el fuego y la canela

que llaman clavel;

 

el pan horneado

de anís con miel,

y el pez de la redoma

que la hace arder:

 

todito tuyo

hijito de mujer,

con tal que quieras

dormirte de una vez.

 

La rosa, digo:

digo el clavel.

La fruta, digo,

y digo que la miel;

 

y el pez de luces

y más y más también,

¡con tal que duermas

hasta el amanecer!

 




Nostalgia por México - ¿Un Profeta?
Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Mi nostalgia por México y Doña Marina
 

 

La Biblia pone en boca de Jesús (Lucas 4 24) las siguientes palabras: “De cierto os digo, que ningún profeta es aceptado en su propia tierra” (Lucas 4:24). Aludía a sí mismo, pues muchos pobladores de la zona en la que predicaba no creían que él fuese el enviado de Dios, tal cual como lo había anunciado el profeta Isaías.
 

Mi abuela valenciana a menudo me decía, “Nadie es profeta en su tierra”.  Nunca me he olvidado sus palabras, especialmente ahora que tengo 81 años y rememoro el pasado en el cual viví:

1. Desde mi nacimiento el 31 de agosto de 1942 en Buenos Aires hasta el 1953.

2. Desde 1953 en México, ciudad, Nueva Rosita, Coahuila hasta 1958.

3. Desde 1958 hasta 1961 en Austin, Texas en una escuela de secundaria católica de internos.

4. Desde 1961 en México, ciudad y Veracruz hasta el 1964.

5. Desde 1965 hasta 1967 en Buenos Aires como conscripto and la Marina de Guerra Argentina.

6. Desde 1967 hasta 1975 con mi Rosemary y dos hijas en la Zona Rosa y Arboledas, Estado de México.

7. Desde 1975 hasta hoy en Vancouver, Canadá.

¿Entonces de dónde soy? ¿Cuál es mi tierra?

A fines del siglo pasado tuve el conocimiento tardío (¡obvio!) que para  sentir nostalgia por un lugar hay que no estar en ese lugar.

Hasta hace poco me he dedicado con mi fotografía a explorar mi nostalgia por México. 

The Warmth of Mexico in 10 parts  

Mu último adiós

El escritor de origen español, Paco Taibo II y el Fondo de Cultura Económica me invitaron hace unos meses a participar en la semana de la Feria del Libro en la Ciudad de México, en el Zócalo. Comienza el 13 de octubre. Voy a charlar y mostrar mis retratos de escritores.

Durante mi preparación, me he comunicado por WhatsApp con la hija de Taibo, Marina, es una mujer que me ha alegrado la vida. Me ha ayudado a superar la tristeza de este viudo que vive en una soledad suavizada por dos gatos. Por ella, me ha venido una ráfaga de emoción que me revela que quizá en México sea un profeta.

Además de mi presentación en el Zócalo y en la Librería Rosario Castellanos, voy a vivir un pasado con los fantasmas de mi mamá, abuela y mi querida Rosemary.

Hay algunas cosas que no cambian en esa ciudad. Pienso comer en dos lugares que frecuentaba con Rosemary, El Rey del Pavo (muy cerca de la Casa de los Azulejos Sanborn’s) y Seps en la Colonia Condesa. Cerca de Seps está la Librería Rosario Castellanos que antiguamente fue el Cine Lido. Estaba a dos cuadras de donde vivía con mi mamá y abuela desde el 61 al 64 en la Avenida Tamaulipas.

Iré a las calles de Herodoto y la de Estrasburgo (atrás del Cine Latino) que fueron los primeros lugares en donde vivimos Rosemary y yo.

Otro lugar pereferido eran nuestros desayunos en el patio del Hotel Majestic con vista al Zócalo. No soy el único que coincide con las lindas posibilidades del Hotel Majestic. El hotel es importante en la novela de Taibo II - La Sombra de La Sombra.

Y si tengo tiempo iré al Castillo de Chapultepec para ver las hermosas zapatillas rosadas de Carlota, Emperatriz de México.

En fin, voy a volver a mis raíces, raíces con las cuales descubriré los placeres de sentirme mexicano.         

Gracias Paco Taibo II, Marina Taibo y el Fondo de Cultura Económica.       

 





Nobody Heard the Tree Fall - I Did
Monday, September 11, 2023

Martin Guderna

“I write entirely to find out what I'm thinking, what I'm looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”

Joan Didion

I have a good friend that is becoming a better friend from one day to the next. My artist friend, Martin Guderna, is the only person I can call after 10pm who will always answer the phone.

Today in our lengthy conversation I noticed a slight difference of opinion.

Guderna, would probably state, that if there is nobody around in a forest when a tree falls, then the tree will not have fallen. He says that an artist has the obligation to show the work. It is for this reason he will exhibit his paintings in a gallery.

I had many shows in my past and Rosemary often told me how much money I was spending in framing and matting and that nobody ever bought anything. I now feel guilty when I see my piles of matted photographs and how Rosemary, in spite of the terrible expense, backed my efforts to show my stuff.

After talking to Guderna today, I thought of Didion’s statement on why she writes. Every evening around 9:30 I am shown by Facebook about 8 or 9 blogs from the past years with today’s month date. I have written (as of today including this one) 5898 blogs. It is impossible for me to remember all of them and even remember some of the contents.

So I have come to a modification of Didion’s dictum:

I read the blogs I have written to find out what I was thinking when I wrote them.

With that conclusion it is not in the least important if anybody uses emojis on my blogs links in social media (with perhaps not having read the accompanying copy). If anybody reads or not reads the blogs it is entirely irrelevant. 

I am in that forest and I did hear the tree fall.




     

Previous Posts
The Two of Them

Alex Cox - My Last Movie

Rose Royalty

Gary Cullen - The Exakta Man

My Daughter & the Princess

A Deciduous Emily Carr

Going to Church on a Tuesday

I Never Photograph My Roses

Maiden's Blush & Skin Colour

Rosemary's Angel Wings



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