“Now, voyager, sail thou forth, to seek and find.” Walt Whitman. I am sailing forth once again. The last time I took to the open seas it was a voyage to Norway, land of fjords, mountains, waterfalls and Vikings. On this occasion we are heading for warmer climes; the Mediterranean to be precise. Venice is … Continue reading Now, Voyager.
In a novel the ‘point of view’ (POV) is considered one of the most crucial elements of telling a story. I had a customer complain about the fact that in ‘The War Wolf’ I used what seemed to them to be many or multiple points of view. To date they are the only person to … Continue reading POV – Literally a Point of View
It is not often that televised adaptations of Shakespeare’s plays cause an outcry, but this one certainly did. I can see why, having watched it myself recently, but it seems to me to be tale with two sides. I am not a Shakespeare purist but I do believe that it is best not to stray … Continue reading BBC Cymru’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, adapted by Russell T Davies.