To the gracious members of The Inner Sanctum, join me and gather around the hearth for the 17th podcast for "Home is Where the Hearth is."
Continuing my new series of podcasts revisiting old essays written by me and others is my "self-portrait" essay, "Home Thoughts From Abroad."
What happens when atheists practise philanthropy? Here’s the answer and it’s not pretty:
In one of two essays of mine published to celebrate both Shakespeare’s birthday and St. George’s Day, I look at the ultimately nihilistic narcissism which lurks beneath the erotic surface of Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra:
Welcome my gracious members of the Inner Sanctum, I'm continuing my Poem of the Week series with "Decease Release" by St. Robert Southwell.
One of the least known of my books is a biography of the convert poet, Roy Campbell, which has been published in three different editions with three different titles in three different countries.
This week has been about saints, snakes and Shakespeare – and our wedding anniversary.
Is there a connection between Shakespeare and the Gunpowder Plot? This question is addressed in one of two essays of mine published today to celebrate both Shakespeare’s birthday and St. George’s Day:
A few weeks ago I was interviewed by a high school student for a project she was doing on the theme of happiness. I was so impressed with the quality of the video presentation that she produced that I wanted to share it with my friends. It’s well worth 7 minutes of anyone’s time:
Continuing my new series of podcasts revisiting old essays written by me and others is my essay "Graham Greene and George W. Bush, Old World Cynicism Meets New World Naïveté".