My Royalist mother would have been smiling down at me from her seat on the right-hand side of God, as the taxi arrived to pick me up to meet the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Today would have been her seventy-third birthday, so I hope she’s still smiling down at me as I write this little missive.
To coincide with a new website outlining Sylvester Stein’s interesting life, the Nononsense Press republishes his third novel, written in the early ’60s and called, ‘What the World Owes Me by Mary Bowes.’
Friend and photographer to the immortals of jazz, Herman Leonard is the daddy of jazz photography.
The Right Honourable Phillip J. Pierre (MP) on sustainable tourism and economic development in Saint Lucia.