Books & Publishing


Growing into a voice
April 16th, 2012

They’re novels, they’re fiction. I guess it’s hard for people to believe because I’m really interested in writing honestly and writing the truth. That’s the way I connect with readers. It may not necessarily be my truth but it’s some person’s truth. When you write in the second person there’s a distancing effect but also an intimacy, so you feel like you’re getting inside someone’s head.

The Conflict
March 19th, 2012

Elisabeth Badinter thinks society’s expectations on mothers are as unrealistic as our expectations on women to live up to the picture of perfection. The Conflict is her manifesto on how motherhood has become hallowed ground in contemporary society and the model mother is an ideal no woman can hope to reach.


Arabian Plights Q&A
March 1st, 2009

The Israeli-American relationship is a good deal more complex than the notion of a Jewish nation as a client state of the US. At the height of the Cold War, with key Arab states vulnerable to Soviet influence, there was obvious appeal for America in seeing Israel as a US ‘aircraft carrier’ on a mostly Soviet sea.

Fat myths
May 21st, 2012

No matter what you’d like to look like or how much you’d like to weigh is that your body is genetically predetermined to be a certain height and weight that has nothing to do with the ideal set by the media.


Supercapitalism
June 20th, 2008

The explosion in everything from consumer choice to CEO salaries was the result in an economy unshackled by regulation and inflamed with a new, unrelenting drive to maximise shareholder returns — a new paradigm he calls ‘supercapitalism’.

Duma Key
March 16th, 2008

Without warning, Freemantle is inspired to sketch and paint the endless Gulf of Mexico that stretches away in front of his rented house, then finds himself inserting abstract objects into his work from memories of his accident, family, and unexplained objects that you just know are sinister.






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