Creativity Review (Of Sorts)

A Review Of “An Eschatological Bestiary” By Oz Hardwick

As ever on Ijo Pona, I only review things that I like; things that have inspired me, things that have moved me and things that just plain tickle me. An Eschatological Bestiary by Oz Hardwick is such a book. Billed as “…… [Eschatological Bestiary] offers symbolic visions, modern protest, and a complete exegetical interpretation of the dramatic rise of an apparently semi-permanent moral blank.” And, I can’t put the damn thing down. What about Oz?…

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Activism

Letter #2

I am in the process of writing a letter to my local MP, Andrew Jones – this time about British Cluster Bombs being used against civilians in Yemen. Cluster bombs are an illegal weapon, banned under international law since 2008. Amnesty International uncovered a British-made BL-755 — a particularly nasty model, which consists of a large bomb that opens mid-air to scatter 147 smaller explosive bomblets across a wide area. What is a cluster Bomb? The below…

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Creativity Review (Of Sorts)

A Review Of “Ebola: Behind The Mask”

Well, how should I write this review? Should I write this review of the book “Ebola: Behind The Mask” as a work of literature? As the work of a friend? As the work of a professional? In this review I will try and give an honest non-partizan account of what I got from “Ebola: Behind The Mask” by Andy Dennis & Anna Simon. Since it’s identification in 1976 there have been 19 outbreaks of Ebola.…

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