Poems and Plagues

Just over a year ago, (now a second jabster, and free-ish) I started a weekly IT column called the Isolona  (plague) Diary.  It charted coping and change and was an important part of my weekly routine.  Soon the emphasis changed.  Some new short stories, a ransacking of old material, an obituary – and some political projects.  One of them has been my support for Riversmeet Productions and their brilliant writers’ blogs.  Here’s the last one, by Alan Franks who presents something as interesting and important as Samuel Pepys did in his London diary.  Blog on, dear reader –  
Jan Woolf
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