Brian is the proprietor of The Digital Gryphon LLC; publisher of The 4 Dozen Project. That project is dedicated to preserving and promoting poetry, short stories, memoirs, photography and other artwork by LGBT folk Aged 48 or better. He is also publisher of GenderQueer in a Binary World - GQ/BW will publish (virtually and in print) works that speak to living a GenderQueer life in a Binary World.


This web-site focuses on Brian’s own writings and books of his photography. He is the author of one book of poetic prose and has published two eBook collections of posts from his personal blog. Brian is not new to the Internet, in fact his first appearance in print (after his High School yearbook) was an article about creating an on-line presence, published in Canadian Bookseller Magazine in 1995. Five years later one of his poems was selected for an anthology.

In Pursuit of a Dream
A collection of poetic prose from the 1980s. Born near the end of the ‘Baby Boomer Era’, Brian grew up in south-western Ontario. Living in a village of 1,000 people in the 70’s he knew he was ‘different’ – and not just in sexual orientation.


Queer Blog Posts
I’ve assembled two Kindle-compatible eBook collections of posts from my personal blog. Don’t own a Kindle device? There’s an app for that. Each collection is available at the incredible price of US$0.99 – mere pennies a page.


Every Day: Miracles
A collection of photographs illustrating selected quotations around the theme of every day miracles. 30 Pages.
In December Rose
December Rose” contains 60 images from the Whetstone Park of Roses taken on 12/01/10 (World Aids Day). Printed on Premium paper, available as a paperback or as a hardcover. $20 from each book is donated.


Toronto Pride Parades: 2006, 2007, 20008
Over 60 photographs (many full-page) from Toronto’s annual Pride Parades offered in this over-sized (13″x11″) hard cover book make this a great gift, whether you live in Toronto or not.


The practice of throwing shoes (or boots) in the air to wrap around a utility line (power, phone, cable, etc) has been described as everything from “angels feet” marking the death of a gang member to “just another prank by drunken students“.



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