Our next Page Breaks session will be on 24 November at 1 pm, and we’ll be discussing all things research: how we organise our research projects and their processes, how we approach our hurdles (and hopefully, how we overcome them). With special guests! Ellie Dobson Jimmy Packham Will Tattersdill There’s no predetermined agenda here – … Continue reading “Page Breaks – 24 November – Research Chats: Trading Tips for Organisation, Process, and Tracking Progress”
Our next Page Breaks session will be on 29 September at 1 pm, and will consider Douglas Coupland’s recent take on Elon Musk in The Guardian. (Thanks everyone for the suggestion!)
On Wednesday 01 September (from 9:30 am), we will be hosting our monthly Research day. This is an opportunity to work on your own research (while knowing that others are working at the same time), with periodic zoom calls to set and reflect on goals.
Thanks to popular demand, on Wed Nov 11 our regular Page Breaks session will be devoted to classic comfort TV institution The Great British Bake Off. Our episode is an infamous oldie: the attack of the Baked Alaska, aka ‘Bingate’. This will be co-hosted by a superfan (Toria) and a skeptic (Dorothy) so there’s space … Continue reading “Page BAKES: The Great British Bake Off”
Page Breaks this week will be on Wed 14 October at 1pm. We’ll be thinking about the art of a scathing review – and what we do with authors whose work is admired by some and reviled by others. Our text this week is Patricia Lockwood’s 2019 review of John Updike’s fiction, “Malfunctioning Sex Robot“.