Charles Cowling
Charles Cowling
  Were you intrigued by the illustration on the previous post of the Grammofonus Orchestra? If you were, you might have done some googling. If you were too idle or too busy, we’d like to show you what you would have found. We can’t find any information about Grammofonus except
Charles Cowling
    “When a very loved friend dies they make a gift of their love of life to you in that it’s now your responsibility to love life as much as they did.”   Martin Amis on the death of his lifelong friend Christopher Hitchens      
Charles Cowling
        “A survey last week listed the 50 indicators that you have become a fully fledged adult, which include being able to bleed a radiator, washing up immediately after eating, and carrying spare shopping bags “just in case”. “I’ve already failed on quite a few – such
Charles Cowling
  At the Telegraph Hay Festival last weekend, Martin Amis opined that women write better about sex than men. They do so, he said, with greater sincerity. Men get carried away showing off their writerly potency.  This set me wondering whether female celebrants write better, more emotionally articulate funerals than