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Singing and Dancing in the Heart of the City

I’ve been using my writing to explore my musical side lately. I’m looking forward to checking out the incredible bands I researched for my recent… 210 more words

Writing And Publishing

Lucky Strike

The Silkworm

by Robert Galbraith

In her second novel in the persona of Galbraith, JK Rowling’s war hero detective Cormoran Strike takes on a case involving missing writer Owen Quine. 462 more words

Writing And Publishing

Rich And Over Here

The Portrait of a Lady

by Henry James

The Portrait of a Lady is one of those classics I always meant to read but never got around to it. 788 more words

Writing And Publishing

Brigid Keenan thinks my book is amazing!

Having a bit of a serious fandom moment here – one of my favourite authors and the writer of one of the best ever books about expat life, Brigid Keenan, loves my book! 285 more words

Accompanying Partner

Foucault: the specific intellectual and universities

The intellectual par excellence used to be the writer: as a universal consciousness, a free subject, he was counterpoised to those intellectuals who were merely competent instances in the service of the state or capital — technicians, magistrates, teachers.

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Foucault

To Write or Not To Write?

That is the question. As I consider the likelihood that my books will never be read in my lifetime, I can find no incentive to write further. 749 more words

Marketing And Selling