Why Did Brownlee Leave? – A Look at Paul Muldoon’s Rural Mystery

I was reading Paul Muldoon’s poetry recently, specifically Why Brownlee Left, and I was taken aback by how much sense they seemed to make to me. Like most poetry –  or like any kind of art – it can be hit or miss, depending on the reader since it’s all subjective. But there was something … Continue reading Why Did Brownlee Leave? – A Look at Paul Muldoon’s Rural Mystery

Albert Camus: The French Kafka

I was first introduced to Albert Camus in 2009 when a work colleague lent me The Myth of Sisyphus, when we both had a common interest in books and writing. I’d not heard of him, and such was my French at the time, I couldn’t even pronounce the name properly (Albɛʁ Kæˈmu / or Alber … Continue reading Albert Camus: The French Kafka