If this book were a tango it would be Salvador Dali, (e.g., the poem 'Sealed in Table Bay', with its dreamlike word associations) dancing with L S Lowry (e.g., the nostalgic 'Bread Pudding Days'). Add to that a sprinkling of finger-snapping jazz memes, and you will have an idea of the lyricism and originality of … Continue reading Red Lipstick And Revelations By Jan Moran Neil
To aficionados of sci-fi, Quantum Mechanics is a well-known idea, however shouldn’t we think about Quantum Fiction? Could this be the new sci-fi supra-type? In the sci-fi universe Quantum Mechanics (or Physics) clarifies everything from teleportation to psychic phenomena, though in the realm of material science, Quantum Mechanics is the investigation of matter in movement through time and space. This antiquated limb of science has created the most critical revelations in mankind’s history, it is still a work in progress though with serious limitations. Customary material science can portray the movement of large items moving slower than the velocity of light. After that point, the guidelines get fluffy. That is the reason why physicists concentrate on the conduct of items at the most miniature levels. At these nuclear and subatomic scales it gets to be difficult to watch a few articles without changing their conduct. This demonstrates that we have…
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One of the brilliant things about words is how they shine a light on other people’s worlds. On the pages and in the ears exist lenses and windows, portals into a place we might never go. How You Might Know Me is a poetic exploration of four women’s lives, connected through their experience in different … Continue reading How You Might Know Me by Sabrina Mahfouz
Clive La Pensee samples a few of the delights of Hulll, City of Culture 2017.
The Tate is currently hosting a Paul Nash exhibition. It is a strange affair. Though maybe it has a lot to say about our post-factual, post truth world. If you can see, how do you show the truth? Paul Nash was a painter, he was a soldier in the first world war, and was invalided … Continue reading Paul Nash – Beyond Reason?
A friend, who knows I have been self-publishing my books since 1990, handed me a short article from Die Zeit. This is a German weekly, normally too heavy to lift with one hand - perhaps equivalent to The Observer, except it appears Thursdays for some obscure reason. The article was by Harald Martenstein, senior editor … Continue reading Self Publish! It Can’t Get Any Worse
Youth is a film about old men. This reviewer is an old man, so one may expect his eye and ear to be particularly critical. In fact, the harshest words about this film came from the young newspaper blades, the professional film critics. It was on general release from January 2016 and was soon available … Continue reading Love At The End Of A Rope
Read David Meech's review of a forgotten classic