Essays From The Heights Of A Car Park

So, I am considering splitting off from this blog, which has so far dealt almost exclusively with creative writing of some form or another. There is a distinct possibility that soon I shall open a section, or indeed a separate blog, dedicated to art reviews, essays, critiques and musings. These writings do not sit well alongside fictionalised prophecies and poems from a long dead Frenchman, and yet my mind is turning more and more towards observation (perhaps due to my current location in Hungary). Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.

Many thanks, Benjamin Jiva

About Benjamin Norris

Published writer of short stories, long stories, poems. Well received art critic and cultural commentator for Berlin magazines. Collaborator with operatic societies. Co-writer of fictional historic psycholinguistic journals. Lecturer of architecture and art history at a Budapest University. View all posts by Benjamin Norris

4 responses to “Essays From The Heights Of A Car Park

  • bengwalchmai

    Thoughts: most excellent are these both those for the self and those given for free. Artery-cles [as I calls ’em] are definitely worth their own blog if you’re writing more, my friend.

    Suggestions: Hungarian music reviews! HOooomPPAAAAhhh, HEY!

  • benchic

    Haha… I shall do my best. A new blog will be set up next week, I hope. Hungarian music is weird. The rockabilly scene here is surprisingly excellent, but most other live music seems to involve old men in gold suits crooning over 90s eurobeat sleazepop.

  • Tnelson

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