Photo: the image of Walter Benjamin at the Whitney Gallery, New York City, August 2018.
‘Novels about architecture don’t sell.’ A fellow writer told me this years ago, at a literary festival in Canada. He’d written a novel about an architect which, as far as I could tell, was doing well.
Nicholas Cage delivers his elevator pitch to Meryl Streep in Adaptation (2002).
Uganda is home to spectacular birds. The country’s location in central eastern Africa accounts in part for its extraordinary diversity, with over 1,000 species recorded in a landmass the size of the UK.
In literature place has become a category of definition and an aesthetic subject in its own right.