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A TRIP TO TERESA
A pot-smoking gay Catholic makes an overland pilgrimage from England to India in 1979 to work as a volunteer
for Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity.
THE BIG IF
Against a background of the New Cross Massacre, I.R.A. Hunger Strikes, Brixton Riots and Royal Wedding, an Anarchist
goes crazy in Margaret Thatcher's 80's Britain.
WHAT FLORA WANTS
A sequel to Henry James' classic 'ghost' story, 'The Turn of the Screw'.
Ten years after the tragic death of her brother Miles, Flora decides to track down the governess she considers
responsible, and take revenge...
Based on famous fairy tales and written in rhyming couplets, these little plays, (each one not lasting more than half
an hour), are great fun to perform, and suitable for student productions at all ages.
This is the Turkish translation of my book 'The Confessions of Judas'.
Judas's explanation of what really happened that night in the garden of Gesthemene...
Articles about Istanbul life published in COUNTERPUNCH eventually lead the English author to see life in a Turkish
Little did Michael Dickinson know, when American political newsletter COUNTERPUNCH accepted and published
his first article, that it would eventually lead to his arrest and detention in prison, an escape attempt at midnight chased
by a gun shooting cop, pleas in the British Press for Tony Blair to ask the Turkish Prime Minister for clemency, and a demand
for change in Turkey's laws against Freedom of Expression.
ON POPES, POLITICS, AND PROTEST
Articles on politics and religion published in 'America's Best Political Newsletter, COUNTERPUNCH.'
Armaggedon a little angry...
HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROAD
Scathing articles about Britain from an ex-pat socialist living in Istanbul, first published in America's Best
Political Newsletter, COUNTERPUNCH. .
Articles about the behaviour of the British Royal Family, Her Majesty's Government, Church, Police, and
Social System, seen through the eyes of a traitorous Englishman in exile.