Our baby son was stirring yet again in the next room, and again returned to silence; and this time I thought I would read about the personal life of Edwin Schrödinger.
Sure enough, while he led an unorthodox life when …Read More
Who knows how it is we come to great books, at least those that are not at the inescapable centre of “accepted literature.” I came to Jean-Christophe because I kept reading about it in (nonfiction) books about humanism and animal …Read More
Sometimes a story turns your head a little, or is an antidote to what you are likely to hear in every other corner of society, no matter how untrue and forceful the almost unspoken expectations of society can or in …Read More
The whole of life is such a lottery, however great the things we do along the way, that to hope for an ideal end to it is as unsettled as what is going to happen to us today.
As I …Read More
Apparently when each latest mass murder occurs, if the “most read” sections of news sites are to be believed the lone wolf or body of killers are just as interesting for readers and publishers as the saturating updates relating to …Read More
Of books we have published, there are some terrific covers – I am also a huge fan of the one for Jean-Christophe and the equally effective and simple design that captures both the feelings of the past and the present …Read More
At what point do certain media outlets stop using soft language on Trump and more pointedly his actions?
Some say his presidency has “captivated the world,” which more accurately would be worded as “horrified the world.”
All of the pundits …Read More