I've been getting some eye-opening comments, from readers like Paul Sutton, who find Eyewear inane. Perhaps. But another way to read it is as an ephemeral grab-bag of posts featuring poetry reviews, pop culture, and random musings, that, every so often, takes risks, and does good work. I agree - some of the posts are blog-worthy only (it is a blog). However, there are numerous featured poets, and reviewers, who share their work on here as well. I admit to having fun, sometimes, by being banal. Like everyone else, I live in a media-saturated world, of scandalous trials, dead movie stars, and James Bond. Between the inanity, I hope, readers can squint enough to catch a glimmer, if even rarely, of more valid, and valuable work. Not all of it self-directed. Though, as Mr. Sutton et al. should be aware, almost all writers now keep blogs, or web sites, where they inform readers of their doing - with the decline of marketing budgets, and the rise of small presses, few writers can afford the luxury of letting their publisher get word of their work out there. It's naive to think otherwise. As for "fame". You don't write poetry to make money or become famous.