Postbox for the Newsletter
Okay, it’s an email, which isn’t as beautiful as a handwritten letter, but is better than nothing.
Postbox, Stuttgart, Germany, 2018.

Once a month, give or take, I write a Happenence newsletter. The Father would like more frequent emails than this, but I prefer writing one decent email than to go for a machine-gun approach.

What will you find in an email from me?

  • Where I am and what I’m up to
  • Useful links, quotes or other information I like
  • An insight into what’s going on in my brain
  • Occasional paintings

If you want to receive this kind of information pop your email in the box below.


It’s your inbox, you can change your mind at any time. There is a link at the bottom of every newsletter, and when you click on it, you can cancel your subscription.

If you want to know more detail about where your email address is stored and how it is used, you can read our privacy policy. My Grandmother is on this list and your email will be given just as much respect as hers.