Tag Archives: Prose

The Avant-Garde is an Old Man!

Every writer aspiring to break new literary ground has been rattled by that old chestnut from Ecclesiastes: What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun. And yet … Continue reading

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Review of Richard Froude’s The Passenger

Here are some quotes from a very thoughtful review of Richard Froude’s The Passenger by Jade Lascelles, taken from Bombay Gin 34. 2.  For more information on this literary journal and how to acquire it – visit here. “The reader is … Continue reading

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Basil King on Skylight Press

Born in London’s East End, Basil King endured the Blitz before emigrating to the U.S. in 1947.  By the tender age of 16 he had enrolled at the now famous Black Mountain College to study painting and writing amongst such … Continue reading

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