New review up on Hong Kong Review of Books Shard Cinema charts the brief history of glass as the ultimate liminal material and how the spectacle of the screen has increasingly become the lens through which we view the world. The author, Evan Calder Williams argues that while the vista of the cinema screen brought … Continue reading REVIEW – Shard Cinema – Evan Calder Williams
The good folks of Dostoyevsky Wannabe have featured a couple of brief extracts from my novel, Politics of The Asylum, on their Swimmers Club website which promotes author's new work! The Odour of Sanity That brown water stinks, there’s me all dog-breathed wandering. There’s a RUSH – finally – well done! Goodnight Mr Beam, we … Continue reading READ – Politics of The Asylum – NEW Extract
Why can't Coventry have nice things? It's a question asked time and time again, especially when nice things seem to be so easily taken away. The city gets so much flak and it's best qualities are often overlooked, and sometimes wilfully crushed. The impending City of Culture 2021 award is not for developers, big business … Continue reading The City of Tomorrow – Today!
An extract from Politics of The Asylum
I wrote Politics of The Asylum with a clear goal in mind: I wanted to provide a critique of the NHS pushed to breaking point