The core book was first printed in 1970 as From Bindu to Ojas, while the title of the 1971 publication comes from a statement his guide, Bhagavan Das, made during Ram Dass's journeys in India.
Norman Miller used to be one of Fleet Street's finest. Summer 2007 was an extraordinarily rich time for news. Now he's a middle-aged, burned-out hack with a gift for the sensational story, the shouting tabloid lead. But as he reports on a series of brutal murders and sex crimes, he's forced to wonder whether he is just a witness - or part of some deeper pattern of cause and effect.
Gordon Burn is a journalist and a novelist and winner of the Whitbread First Novel Prize. It is a collection of conversations between Burn and Hirst. The conversations range from Hirst's love for Francis Bacon, to grumblings on his dealings with the media. He first met Damien Hirst back in 1992 when he was assigned to do a story on Young British Artists. He currently resides in London. But perhaps most importantly, 'On the Way to Work' is Hirst's manifesto.
Gordon Burn was an English writer born in Newcastle upon Tyne and the author of four novels and several works .
Gordon Burn was an English writer born in Newcastle upon Tyne and the author of four novels and several works of non-fiction. Burn's novels deal with issues of modern fame and faded celebrity, as well as life through a media lens. His first book Somebody's Husband, Somebody's Son was a study of Peter Sutcliffe, 'the Yorkshire Ripper' and his 1998 book Happy Like Murderers: The Story of Fred and Rosemary West, dealt in similar detail with one of Britain's most notorious serial killers. Burn's interest in such infamous villains extended to his fiction, with Myra Hindley, one of the 'Moors murderers', featuring prominently in the novel Alma Cogan.
Be Here Now offers its readers and followers a drug-free alternative for attaining higher states of consciousness, while its . Now my predicament as a social scientist was that I was not basically a scholar. I came out of a Jewish anxiety-ridden high-achieving tradition.
Be Here Now offers its readers and followers a drug-free alternative for attaining higher states of consciousness, while its simple message to live in the present encourages the pursuit and cultivation of inner peace. Though I had been through five years of psychoanalysis, still, every time I lectured, I would get extraordinary diarrhea and tension.
Don't Burn Your Books-Print Is Here to Stay. The e-book had its moment, but sales are slowing. Readers still want to turn those crisp, bound pages. Lovers of ink and paper, take heart. Reports of the death of the printed book may be exaggerated. Opinions about the speed of the shift from page to screen have varied. But the consensus has been that digitization, having had its way with music and photographs and maps, would in due course have its way with books as well.
I am an author living in Abernethy Perth Scotland. A grey day, here in the east, overcast and drizzle, the mildness of the temperature belying all that is at stake. Yes or the same-old-same-old string-along we have had for 300 years, so I guess we'll manage the tame-jock role once more if need be. The world rolls on as we flutter with odds even.
Gordon Burn met Hirst for the first time nine years ago. Both admirers of David Sylvester's interviews with Francis Bacon and Jan Wenner's interviews with John Lennon, there was always an unspoken understanding between them that they would do something similar when the time wa. . Both admirers of David Sylvester's interviews with Francis Bacon and Jan Wenner's interviews with John Lennon, there was always an unspoken understanding between them that they would do something similar when the time was right. The resulting conversations in On the Way to Work are electrifyingly candid
The home of Gordon Ramsay on YouTube. Recipe tutorials, tips, techniques and the best bits from the archives.
The home of Gordon Ramsay on YouTube. The very first episode sees Gordon take on award-winning celebrity TV chef, cook-book author, philanthropist and. Ещё. Этот элемент скрыт.
The Gordon Burn Prize, now in its second year, is run by the Gordon Burn Trust alongside New Writing North and . Kingsnorth was announced as the winner at an event at the Durham Book Festival this evening (10th October).
The Gordon Burn Prize, now in its second year, is run by the Gordon Burn Trust alongside New Writing North and Faber & Faber. It commemorates the late writer Gordon Burn, and seeks "to recognise writers whose work follows in his fearless footsteps". It was judged by actor Julian Barratt, poet John Burnside, artist Sarah Lucas, and last year's winner Benjamin Myers, who won for his book Pig Iron (Bluemoose Books). He wins £5,000 and the opportunity to spend three months writing at Burn's cottage in Berwickshire.