Edinburgh E book festival…

My gifted fellow writer Mari Biella has been working for the Edinburgh e book festival. http://maribiella.wordpress.com/2013/07/ Typically, she's been promoting other people's work and not her own. She's come up with some fascinating finds and insights into the world of horror, for instance: http://maribiella.wordpress.com/2013/08/19/psychological-horror/ This being so, I am going to turn the tables, and … Continue reading Edinburgh E book festival…

Paul Debreckzeny’s Criticism of Pushkin’s ‘Dubrovsky’

There is a paucity of criticism on Pushkin’s prose works in English, and this is particularly true of his robber story ‘Dubrovsky’ which I described in my previous post (before pc was down for some time!) as notably Pushkin’s attempt to reconcile popular and ‘worthwhile’ literature in a novella form. As I said there, there … Continue reading Paul Debreckzeny’s Criticism of Pushkin’s ‘Dubrovsky’