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 the nostalgia for days gone by and how it’s never too late to take a stand
Tim Clark on the magic of an early morning, battling inner demons and the birth of a new day
Tim Clark on a tale from the past about a man, his sandwich and the resulting showdown with a cement mixer
Tim Clark on homelessness, the value of human kindness and his top five songs on A RICH MAN’S WORLD
Tim Clark on the beauty of portable music, cable overload, and the magic of science
Tim Clark on an inside look at the wonderful world of the gym and his top five LET IT SNOW songs
Tim Clark on the apocalypse that is holiday shopping and his top five HAPPY HOLIDAYS songs
Tim Clark on haunted houses, remembering the dead, and a life made up of places
Tim Clark on growing up in an all-women household and his top five songs about family
Tim Clark on a story about a man, his grill, and the nature of true barbecue obsession
Tim Clark on having a fear and loathing of water to being a carefree kayaker
Tim Clark on his recent NAMI walk and the need to remove the stigma of mental illness