[Interview, Part 2 of 2] Jonathan Taylor, author of ‘Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself’

Jonathan Taylor’s memoir,  Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself (Granta, 2007) has been described as a “a beautifully constructed and often profound piece of work” which “stands as a fine testimonial to man whose life was a mystery.” Taylor has written two academic books, Science and Omniscience in Nineteenth-Century Literature (Sussex Academic Press, 2007) … Continue reading

[Interview, Part 1 of 2] Jonathan Taylor, author of ‘Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself’

Jonathan Taylor has written and published a memoir, Take Me Home: Parkinson’s, My Father, Myself (Granta, 2007). In addition to Take Me Home, he has written two academic books, Science and Omniscience in Nineteenth-Century Literature (Sussex Academic Press, 2007) and Mastery and Slavery in Victorian Writing (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2003) and has co-edited the collection of essays, Figures of Heresy: … Continue reading

[Interview, Part 2 of 3] Brian Wainwright, author of ‘Within the Fetterlock’

Novelist Brian Wainwright has a deep-seated interest in the middle ages, especially the 14th and 15th centuries; the House of York and the era of Richard II. He has published two novels, The Adventures of Alianore Audley (Bewrite Books, 2005; Jacobyte Books of Australia, 2002.) and Within the Fetterlock (Trivium Publishing, 2004). Currently he is working … Continue reading