Kazuo Ishiguro

It is that time of year where the Nobel Prizes are being handed out; announcements which are made after a lengthy consultation process. The prize for Literature is normally reserved for the most influential contemporary writers, but after last year's unprecedented venture into the lyrics of Bob Dylan, there was an open mind over who … Continue reading Kazuo Ishiguro

She’s a Lady

Midway through Sunday afternoon many of us in the UK were tuning into BBC One to witness the majestic Roger Federer breeze to a record eighth Wimbledon tennis crown, with a merciless dismantling of the injury-stricken Marin Cilic. It was a moment of history that would be exceeded just minutes later during the very same … Continue reading She’s a Lady


Today I was sent the commission for the January 2017 edition of the Soccer 360 magazine, the print publication to which I have happily contributed to for three years with distinction. But there was a problem. For the first time since I began, except for occasions where I had made myself unavailable, I was not assigned an … Continue reading Benched