Monthly Archives: September 2010

Deathless Prose or Dinosaur Droppings? – on the nature and fate of literary fiction

The exponential acceleration of the digital revolution, with all its trappings/traps (e-books, iPads, Kindles, apps etc.) has prompted a spate of public musings on whether or not the novel is dead – a phenomenon akin to what happened when music … Continue reading

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Heavenly Bodies

Once upon a time, towards the end of the last millennium, I used to earn my living as an astrologer. I’d have been happy to keep it as a hobby, but under duress from what was then known as the … Continue reading

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