Monthly Archives: April 2014
At last night’s annual dinner of St John’s Cambridge’s Palmerston Society, where I gave the speech. A previous speaker at the same dinner (in 1780), William Wilberforce raised the banner of abolition! Gannibal would be proud.
In Place of a Preface to Hamid Ismailov’s ‘novel on terror’ Preface to A Poet and Bin Laden By Hamid Ismailov Buy the book at A Poet and Bin Laden, also Hamid’s other books Read Varsity’s interview with Hamid at … Continue reading
Michael Barnes reads ‘A New Tax on the Counter-Earth’ by J. H. Prynne
Congrats to Antony Easton! Three Hours Between Planes, which we wrote (and he directed), wins Best Short Film International at the North Hollywood CineFest. See VIDEO of Lisa Edelstein and James Le Gros accepting the NoHoCineFest award.
bbc.co.uk/russian/uk/2012/06/120529_russia_and_queen.shtml A Russian visitor to the English court in Virginia Woolf’s novel Orlando, which is set during the reign of the first Elizabeth, sits down at a royal banquet and asks disbelievingly, “Is that figure of fun at the end … Continue reading
The Last Man