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‘Wrong Notes’ – the skeleton key to free thinking

by Jack Kohl
5 stars 4 reviews
Published 09.06.2017 Category:

ESCAPE VELOCITY: An author’s battle to conquer an Emersonian orbit

by Jack Kohl
5 stars 2 reviews
Published 06.02.2017 Category:

Author Jack Kohl just ‘stole it from life’

by Michael Johnson
4.5 stars 2 reviews
Published 01.02.2017 Category: by Michael Johnson

Fact-Checking the WSJ [Editor's note: re Mark Twain]

by David Galenson
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 24.01.2017 Category: by David W. Galenson

Elie Wiesel’s Early Work: Four Novels

by Mary L. Tabor
5 stars 10 reviews
Published 07.01.2017 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Why Bob Dylan deserves his Nobel prize in literature

by Richard Brown
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 14.10.2016 Category:

The man behind Matilda – what Roald Dahl was really like

by Pojana Maneeyingsakul
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 13.09.2016 Category:

Three alternative romantic fiction authors that will heat up any beach trip

by Zoe Strimpel
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 04.07.2016 Category:

What grammar pedants and fashion victims have in common

by Rob Drummond
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 05.03.2016 Category:

War and Peace: a user's guide

by Sarah Hudspith
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 09.01.2016 Category:

How does autobiography work in fiction?

by Mary L. Tabor
5 stars 5 reviews
Published 08.12.2015 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Alexievich’s Achievement

by Nina L. Khrushcheva
3 stars 1 reviews
Published 23.10.2015 Category:

Why Satin Island should win the Man Booker Prize

by David Rudrum
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 25.09.2015 Category:

Dinnertime storytelling makes kids voracious reader

by Anne Fishel
2.5 stars 3 reviews
Published 18.09.2015 Category:

Lore Segal on How to Think About Virtue: An Interview

by Mary L. Tabor
5 stars 4 reviews
Published 06.09.2015 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

Confessions of a Justified Sinner captures the modern condition perfectly

by Valentina Bold
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 20.08.2015 Category:

Precocity, Maturity and Creativity

by David W. Galenson
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 13.08.2015 Category: by David W. Galenson

How to write a children's classic: the Gruffalo formula

by Matthew Creasy
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 10.08.2015 Category:

The Burglar

by Mary L. Tabor
5 stars 3 reviews
Published 28.07.2015 Category: by Mary L. Tabor

That Iron String: The tortured piano world viewed from within

by Michael Johnson
3.5 stars 13 reviews
Published 24.07.2015 Category: by Michael Johnson

Revisiting Irvin Yalom’s seductive novels of ideas

by Michael Johnson
4.5 stars 7 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Michael Johnson

Dazzled in Istanbul - On Writers and Publishing

by Alan Skinner
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Alan Skinner

Alas, Poor Will. Or Edward. Or Amelia… The Shakespeare Authorship Question

by Alan Skinner
5 stars 1 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Alan Skinner

Pass The Hatchet, Please

by Alan Skinner
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Alan Skinner

The Ten Percent Rule

by Alan Skinner
0 stars 0 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Alan Skinner

On The Retirement of Mr Peter O’Toole

by Alan Skinner
1 stars 1 reviews
Published 23.07.2015 Category: by Alan Skinner