- Publisher: Leopard Publishing Ventures
- Editor: Sedley Proctor
- Edition: First
- Available in: Paper back with Colour Images
"Otium was not in the Old Town but above some shops on the main drag, Corso Cavour. We were loose fitting crowd of ex-pats, language teachers and local musicians. My friends, Big Daddy Lawman used to play at the Otium. During the intervals I would get up and recite my poems to bemused faces and the odd cheer. There was a poem I recall about Bin Laden, another about Cool Hand Luke. But really this was the one that summed it up for me: my poem about Aeneas, from the bottom of his cups." Enea, or The Trojan That Got Away is the first part in a series of 4 poetry books under the title, The Pashaliks. Set in a fictional deep south of the Mediterranean, it will be coming out in Autumn, 2016.