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Fuck your psychological reductionism: The Vanishing Field – a new film by Antero Alli

When the Covid-19 pandemic put paid to the big-screen world premiere of Antero Alli’s first feature in five years, The Vanishing Field, he probably had no idea of just how timely it would be. Yet he made the generous choice … Continue reading

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The Politics of Reincarnation – or why the theme’s so seldom seen in PC lit. fiction

Some years back I met a woman whose face reminded me of a model’s in a well-known painting by Gauguin. And, on hearing I practised astrology, she named a well-known astrologer who’d told her she’d been Gauguin in a former … Continue reading

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