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Guy’s Hospital / Final Thoughts

This will be my last post on the Guy’s Hospital project. One last look before I finally put it all to bed. From Unexpected Findings to sneaking around forbidden areas to taking in the whole London Bridge surrounding site to building upon those ideas to make the hospital a better place to be – hell, even speculating on a strange dystopian future for the hospital. I’ve spent …

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2016: fitter, happier, more productive

fitter, happier, more productive,confident and at ease with oneselfand one’s composition,healthy body healthy mind,fresh air, clean living, eat well, filter your body,supplements and medication: good,sloth, greed, red meat: bad,a bed is not your sunday,takeaways and carcinogenic commutes fora rigged rat race,learn to laugh at yourself,live life with a laugh-track.embarrassment is welcomed,knows how to have a …

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Spring Break

Updates (and general progress on everything) has slowed this month. But for good reason – I just returned from a two week holiday (a week in Miami South Beach, followed by another week in Cancun, which coincided with Spring Break). Too many burgers, nachos, cocktails, tequila shots, late nights, sunburn… It was a welcome break from …

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Liberated

71 years ago, on the 9th May, 1945,  the Channel Islands were in celebration after their occupation and subsequent freedom from Nazi Germany: the only part of the British Isles that was ever occupied by the Nazi regime. So Liberation Day for us islanders is a pretty big deal. I took this yesterday after several …

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Westworld (1973)

James Brolin (left) plays Blane, a frequent visitor of West World who brings his recently divorced friend Martin, played by Richard Benjamin, for the first time to let off some steam. Apprehensive at first, Martin soon starts to enjoy himself. Before creating a theme park full of dinosaurs which turned on its visitors (Jurassic Park, 1990 …

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MAUS / Art Spiegelman

Between 1980 and 1991, the comic anthology magazine Raw serially published a piece of work titled Maus. Soon after it was released in its entirety as a graphic novel, and in 1992, Maus by Art Spiegelman (the joint editor of Raw at the time) became the first graphic novel to receive the Pulitzer Prize. Spiegelman was born not long after the end of Second …

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Very busy. By the end of this month I will have submitted work to seven literary magazines, publications, short story competitions, etc, etc. Each with a different piece of work entered. And there’s more to come in October and the rest of 2016. Some stories have been kicking around for a while. Some already existing pieces have …

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