Dwight Williams divides his time between writing, illustration (particularly in the comic book form), and office work. His lifelong interest in issues and technologies of civic infrastructure was the inspiration for his co-authorship of the Daily Planet Guide to Gotham City in 2000 for the DC Universe Role-Playing Game line, and is the basis for his continuing interest in both real-world current affairs and the imaginative realms of science fiction.

His home page can be found here, and he maintains a personal weblog as well.

Street Names: Proposing an Intrepid Commemoration

There are many streets scattered across the city of Ottawa with names one can argue as being “generic” or “boring”. Setting aside the... Read More

30 Years, Reflected — a poetic commentary

In the summer of 1985, my parents bought me my first place ticket. That ticket brought me out of the prairies, from Regina to Ottawa... Read More

Image of the Moment: Blair Station renovations

Image: Scenes from Blair Station’s renovation to accommodate the Confederation Line of OC Transpo’s LRT / O-Train network... Read More

Image of the Moment: The Meanest Bus Shelter in Town?

Image: A newly installed city bus stop Location: Rideau Street Date of photo: August 19, 2014 Photographer: Dwight Williams After... Read More

Doors Open Ottawa 2014: Tools of Traffic Management

Back during the Doors Open Ottawa weekend, I found myself wanting to visit but one place above all others: the Traffic Management... Read More

Image of the Moment: Mall Entrance in Transition

The last time this entrance was subject to such a change was about twenty years ago. At that point, the rentable storage lockers that... Read More