In which I unwittingly mimic my hero with the aid of an old chopping board.
Author: Richard Carter
Richard Carter is a writer and photographer living in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. He is currently working on a book about looking at the world through Darwin’s eyes.Website · Newsletter · Mastodon · Facebook
Book Review: ‘The Creative Act’ by Rick Rubin
A way of being.
Book Review: ‘Aftermath’ by Harald Jähner
Life in the fallout of the Third Reich.
Book review: ‘The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 13 • 1865 plus supplement (1822–1864)’
Yet more ill-heath, with slow progress on Darwin’s ‘big book’.
Book Review: ‘Radical By Nature’ by James T. Costa
The revolutionary life of Alfred Russel Wallace.
Book review: ‘The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 12 • 1864’
More sickness, more botany.
Book review: ‘The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 11 • 1863’
Six months of illness, and lots of botany.
LRB letter: ‘The reaction economy’
On Charles Darwin’s use of photography in his book about human and animal emotions.
Book review: ‘The Correspondence of Charles Darwin, volume 10 • 1862’
Darwin grows in confidence.
Book review: ‘Pride And Prejudice‘ by Jane Austen
More toffs wittering on about stuff.
Book review: ‘Darwin Comes to Town’ by Menno Schilthuizen
How the urban jungle drives evolution
Charles Darwin’s book-writing process
Charles Darwin’s approach to book-writing went through four key stages…