Books

Musings on Stephen Fry’s More Fool Me

I'm terrible with impulse purchases - or, rather, rents. As a frequent visitor to my local library, I often pick up books on a whim (even though my reading list is physically towering), the latest victim being Stephen Fry's More Fool Me. Fry is one of those figures whom everyone in Britain knows of, but… Continue reading Musings on Stephen Fry’s More Fool Me

Creative Bits & Bobs, General Adolescent Things

Who Killed Franz Ferdinand? – Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe 2018

With the exception of book reviews, I'm not terribly good at keeping this blog up-to-date with all the latest Jasper info. Perhaps that's due to my awareness that the market is fairly minuscule (restricted to one individual, currently typing); equally, that comes off as defeatist talk. Not very free-market-ist of me. So, here's what I'm… Continue reading Who Killed Franz Ferdinand? – Edinburgh Fringe, Camden Fringe 2018

Essays, Film

How James Mangold’s LOGAN Screenplay Embraces the Myth of Superheroes

An essay on LOGAN, written for Screenwriting class when I was at university, prior to LOGAN'S Best Adapted Screenplay nomination at the Academy Awards. It received a First, at 80/100 marks.