the narrator and me

There is a reason this blog is called “Don’t confuse the narrator”.

I post a lot of first person poetry, anecdotes and general prose, but I don’t guarantee the veracity of any of it. My world overlaps, and occasionally coincides with, the world described in my writing, but it is not the same world, and the narrator and I are not the same person.

Which makes this advert – which crops up regularly on my WordPress dashboard – more than a little ironic:

suugestion to buy domain dontconfusethenarrator-dot-me

Perhaps if the domain on offer was:
dontconfusethenarrator.possiblysomebodyelseentirely, it might be more tempting.

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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