Extracts from the Scotsman review of ‘A swim in a pond in the rain’ by George Saunders: This is a film about a house that was called ‘Rockville’. It was … Continue reading ‘The reality of editing’
long ago [without understanding] I felt like Flaubert. I am grey now but Flaubert, dead-before-I-was born has not left me.
The story of ‘alcosynth’ was given yesterday in a number of the National papers. The subtitle in the Guardian stated that “. . . the race is on to get … Continue reading “. . . the race is on to get it to market”
This film is an ‘attack’ on biomedical determinism. This film voices others. Roy Porter Sylvia Plath Matt Haig Ian Hamilton Finlay Anthony Doerr Anton Chekhov Tomasi di Lampedusa Albert Camus … Continue reading ASTROV