Category Archives: Pat Deighan

The Devil’s Bride (video from Trailside Cafe show)

The Devil’s Bride Over the next few days, I’ll be posting a couple more videos from a show I did with Catherine MacLellan and Chris Gauthier at Pat and Meghann Deighan’s Trailside Cafe in Mount Stewart, PE, on this past … Continue reading

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Gimme Anything That’s Cheap (poems from old notebooks, c. 2001)

Haven’t tracked down exactly when I wrote this; it’s from 2000 or 2001 when I was messing around with writing song-like things. I remember chortling as I wrote it in my room on the third floor of Bleak House, which … Continue reading

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