Guest Reviewer: Patricia Easton Full Title: Killing Cancer—Not People Author: Robert G. Wright Publisher: Robert G. Wright [Self]; 2nd edition (2010) Number of Pages: 240 How long it took me to read: 1 week Where I bought this book: Picked it up at a wellness center in Toronto. ISBN: 978-0578063270 Like a Moth to a […]
A review of Deepak Chopra’s second course in his new online program: Timeless You: A Youthful Mind.
The Folio Prize aims to recognise and celebrate the best English-language fiction from around the world, published in the UK during a given year, regardless of form, genre or the author’s country of origin. It is the first major English-language book prize open to writers from all over the world and it’s sponsored by none other than The Folio Society. The Uncustomary Book Review happened to be working with The Folio Society…
Let’s take a closer look at what’s involved in creating illustrations for a Folio book by peaking into Karen’s world as she works on the visuals for Breakfast at Tiffany’s by Truman Capote .
Let’s take a closer look at what’s involved in creating illustrations for a Folio book by peaking into Finn’s world as he works on the visuals for Tiger in the Smoke by Margery Allingham.
An interview with Luis de Miranda, founder of Haute Culture Press.
We made quite an entrance: the only ones with a stroller walking into a fashionable dining lounge spotted with floor-to-ceiling torches and foot-long miniskirts. To top that image off for you, imagine me knocking a glass to the floor with my diaper bag on my way to our table. The glass shattered so loudly that it overshadowed the music throbbing out of the invisible wall speakers. But we did it! We managed—quite comfortably—to have a lovely dinner on the quieter outdoor patio…