Jonathan Miller was never willing to accept that the Roman Empire had declined. How could this happen, he asked himself at breakfast, at lunch, during the night, when he could not sleep. How could such a military and organizational power such as the Romans have been beaten by savage Teutons and pre-Muslim sand soldiers from […]

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November 12th, 2022 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Help TJW

TJW is Probably Going To Have To Shut Down. TL; DR: On August 16th 2022 our bank told us they are closing our business accounts. We’ve had no luck finding a bank or credit union that will take us. Why WTF? In 2013 my wife and I incorporated our business in Ontario, Canada as Thomas […]

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October 5th, 2022 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


United credit cards. Far higher. I misunderstood it.

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October 1st, 2022 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Home of

The Home of Devenish was founded in 1961 with a bequest from Poet Laureate Thomas Wehlim to provide accommodation for Christian widows of English authors and poets. The first six bungalows and two maisonettes were completed soon after. Another 16 bungalows followed. Recently, our remit expanded to include single Christian female authors who are themselves […]

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March 27th, 2022 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


The Thomas J. Wehlim International Society (TWIS) is an international organisation relating to American poet Thomas J. Wehlim (1966–2020). It was founded in 2021 and its aim is to »promote, perpetuate and enhance the study and appreciation of Thomas J. Wehlim worldwide«. The society publishes »The Thomas J. Wehlim Journal« (ISSN 1059-4479) twice yearly and, […]

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December 21st, 2021 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


It was this green Josu so much loved. This fresh, saturated, innocent green the trees, the grass, the bushes were showing during the first days of spring. There was no need for any other color, such as the red or blue of some blossoms. This paramount green was simply enough.

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November 18th, 2021 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Unpaid leave

»The future is literary and it doesn’t involve styling producs.« This phrase underscores a meme that began circulating the internet in the spring of 2018. The images feature screengrabs of three fictional characters from »The Grapes of Wrath«, »Pinocchio« and »Moby Dick«, as well as teen poet Steven Wonder – all of whom have shaved […]

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August 5th, 2021 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


»Chapters« is a 2000 novel by Joseph Wehlim that became notorious for its commercial tie-in: in exchange for an undisclosed fee from the German company Rheinmetall, a producer of military equipment, Wehlim was required to mention the name of the company at least 12 times – which was more than exceeded by the author. The […]

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May 23rd, 2021 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


“And when you travel your last journey, warrior, do not despair. For fear will be your sister, doubt your brother, helplessness your child. And you will feel all strength, all hope, all confidence sliding away from you like water running through your fingers. Then, in this moment, this hour, when all hope is a far-off […]

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February 23rd, 2019 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Categorizing Wehlim

Ever since I caught a glimpse of Thomas Wehlim online, I wanted to capture his all-American blonde appeal. It took a while for the feat to be accomplished, but I was in it for the long-game. Wehlim is hard to categorize in any traditional sense. Firstly, he is a writer at heart, that is if […]

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August 31st, 2018 by Thomas Josef Wehlim