Who? William Faulkner, the Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Award-winning author of The Sound And The Fury, As I Lay Dying and Absalom, Absalom! (To name but a few…)
Meet 22-year-old artist and illustrator Flora Jayne Camacho. Flora loves photography, drawing and making art films. ‘And playing the flute,’ she adds. ‘Funnily enough, I just picked up my flute after 13 years. I don’t know why I ever stopped…’
Meet 20-year-old Jessica Fortner, who runs a charitable business called Transformed Scarves & Accessories. “I’m slowly becoming a cat lady,” says Jessica. “I rescued the most handsome cat a few months ago – his name is Professor Hotchkiss.” Miaow…
Meet writer, photographer and blogger Stephanie Caitlyn. When she was eight, Stephanie asked her parents if she could visit the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. “They told me I was a few thousand years too late…”
What makes a creative person so extraordinary? Are they born with some type of greatness?
If you find yourself in London over the next few days, make sure you head over to the Curious Duke Gallery.
Can I start by saying that if you haven’t already seen Les Mis, shut down your computer, run to the local cinema and see it. Then come back and read this. It’s THAT brilliant that I’d happily endorse ‘closing tab’ on TYC.
Happy new year, everyone! Now, I know TYC has gone a little AWOL lately. But it’s because we’ve been super-duper busy – juggling work, projects and lots of exciting TYC plans altogether!
Life Of Pi (by Yann Martel) is one of those books that I’ve heard about endlessly, though I’ve never known what it was about. I asked a friend, when she finished reading it, what the plot was and she looked sheepish and muttered something about a boat and a tiger and a philosophical journey.
Diehard Lord Of The Rings fan Peter Byrne shares his thoughts on Peter Jackson’s first instalment in The Hobbit trilogy.