When I came up for air after writing the first draft of Shakespeare’s Holy Grail, I discovered I had over 120,000 words – enough for two volumes and some change. What follows is the ‘change’: interesting ideas that weren’t strictly necessary for Volume I: the poisoned Chalice.
Very much I hope you like them.
(Volume II is coming soon)
The road to hell is paved with novelists trying to get published To write literary fiction that stands a chance of succeeding is one of
*This little blog has opened up a can of theological worms. I hope it gives you food for thought. Post your questions. I’d love your
One of the premises of this book is that we cannot fully understand any one play in isolation from one or more of the others.