Head Above Water is our column by writer Tim Clark.
He gives us his perspective as a man, husband and father navigating middle age, with consummate charm and wit.
Tim Clark lives in Columbus, OH, where he works for a small warehouse. He is proud of his marriage, but he would have to ask his wife how many years it has been. He has a blog about life and the perils involved. You can see it here, Life Explained. He writes occasionally and with pride for Street Speech, a local homeless advocacy newspaper. He is contributor for Mercurial Stories, Writer’s Newsletter, Cross and Bull Stories, and has stories in anthologies from SmartyPants Publishing and the coming edition of Blank Tapes. He is particularly vain about his monthly column on The Wild Word. He is working on his first novel, based on a series of short stories, random memories, and imagination.
Tim Clark on Baby Boomer reflections on the dating dilemmas and multiple identities of men trying to evolve
Tim Clark on his visit to The Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
Tim Clark on the ghosts he has encountered in his travels though small-town America
Tim Clark on facing the reality of aging and changing to embrace the bad and the good of other side of midlife
Tim Clark on participating in Columbus’s recent Pride march and power of walking with Pride
Tim Clark on leaving behind Catholicism and his search for a deeper meaning in life
Tim Clark on Putin’s nuclear threats and the return of the spectre of a nuclear winter
Tim Clark on keeping an open mind and heart in order to embrace life’s opportunities
Tim Clark on the computers of his past, his dream relationship with tech, and his new best friend Siri
Tim Clark on a tale of hijinx and debauchery involving a friend called Chuckles and a strange man with a gun
Tim Clark on the ghostly memories of another life and the eternal eeriness of a Doors soundtrack
Tim Clark on his journey from bad student to a lover of learning