SOME THINGS you can’t make happen, no matter how hard you try. For years I struggled to get a pop-up version of THE OWL and the PUSSYCAT published, but I could never overcome the fixed belief that the poem wasn’t well enough known in North America. I still find it strange, this idea that people […]
Between pages 104 and 105 he found a photograph. At first he couldn’t make the black and white image out and then it became clear that he was looking at a close-up of the smooth skin of a woman’s shoulder. For a short while he stared. How had it got there?
I’ve started work on a new book. I can’t say much about it for want of various cats escaping from various bags, but it feels really good to be back with a pen in one hand and a pencil in the other.
Author Nick Bantock takes a side long look at our innate humanity in these times of epidemic mediocrity, banal reality TV and slip sliding politicians.
Author Nick Bantock reminds us that we all have the capacity to be more compassionate but that occasionally, we need to be reminded.
Author and artist Nick Bantock offers a hard-nosed look at the relationship between the arts and a society blind to the changes it is passing through.