Vian Andrews’ “Scribbles from Italy” are posted on Dooney’s every two weeks.
This page functions as a table of contents for the series, and will be updated as new instalments are added.
Canadian writer Vian Andrews and his wife moved from Vancouver to Umbria in Italy. Here are his “scribbles” from a new place in the world.
Vian Andrews’ dispatches from the Umbrian countryside welcome the light and rage against its dying.
Vian Andrews hiking and thinking in the Umbrian countryside, amid olive groves in the rain and “sentieri” paths between mountain hamlets.
Vian Andrews is out in the olive orchards, clearing brush from under the trees and thinking about ChatGPT and the future of artificial and other kinds of intelligence. The latest passage from Andrews’ journal about life in the Umbrian countryside, “Scribbles from Italy.”