Author Archives: James J. Conway
Three Marcels, two Nutters and a Sissi: imaginary lives and lives beyond imagining.
More books than you can deal with, frankly.
“He was absolutely unbearable. Perhaps this was precisely what attracted us.”
Cocktails, cannibalism and co-dependency: a relationship masterclass hosted by Willie Seabrook and Marjorie Worthington
A century since the “Witch of Kings Cross”, Rosaleen Norton, thundered into existence
Hidden cultural history, forgotten innovators and compellingly wayward souls – it’s SO Strange Flowers
A cemetery springs to life in honour of the doomed Berlin provocateuse
The adjacent hillside retreats of Empress Elisabeth of Austria and “bohemian countess” Franziska zu Reventlow
The tiny Greek island cited as one of the inspirations for Arnold Böcklin’s immortal Toteninsel