Entries by Hannah Gal from 10/2012

You Don't Need to Live in a Garage to Write Great Poetry. Q&A with publishing magnet, poet and tree lover Felix Dennis

| Posted 10.09.2012 | Huffington Post

Dennis himself is the ultimate dispeller of this baseless myth; he was already one of Britain's richest men when his acclaimed, eloquently observant first book of poems A Glass Half Full was published. This surprisingly successful collection marked the start of an illustrious writing career that like Dennis, left fans wishing he turned to poetry in his twenties instead of his fifties.

Dance Me to the End of Love - Q&A With Jazz Singer Madeleine Peyroux

| Posted 10.10.2012 | UK Entertainment

Madeleine Peyroux's is one such voice. Her haunting 2004 rendition of Leonard Cohen's Dance Me to the End of Love is undoubtedly one of modern music's brightest highlights.

Einstein's 'God Letter' Effect on the US 2012 Elections

| Posted 10.12.2012 | UK

As I thank Gazin for his time I am astounded at this great man's ability to impact the 2012 US elections; unlike the UK, US election candidates' religious beliefs are a deal breaker for many voters. Even with the freshly reported significant rise in the number of openly declared US atheists, this remains a burning issue on the US political agenda.

Long Life is Not a Blessing, It's a Curse; A Conversation with a 92-Year-Old

| Posted 10.22.2012 | UK Lifestyle

'What on earth is the point of my life?' Molly (not her real name) asks me. The frail, weary to her bone 92 year old looks at me as her shaky hands struggle to adjust a stubbornly troublesome hearing aid.