Posted on: 27-08-2016 | Category: Articles & Interviews
Telegraph’s 12 Best Books about Greece

“Despite momentous changes recently, Sofka Zinovieff’s Eurydice Street: A Place in Athens (Granta), published in 2004, remains the best account of today’s Greece, with sharp insights into nationalism, terrorism and the Orthodox church.”   Michael Kerr, travel writer  25 JULY 2016   Newer offerings   A single-volume primer? Try A Concise History of Greece (1) by Richard Clogg (Cambridge University Press),

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Posted on: 26-03-2015 | Category: Articles & Interviews
Town and Country (US) April 2015, “The Craziest House Party of the 20th Century”

    While thumbing through one of Cecil Beaton’s unpublished scrapbooks two years ago—enjoying a peek at a friend’s rarefied collection—I stumbled on a blurry black-and-white photograph of a tousle-haired youth. Beneath it Beaton had scribbled a caption: “Horrid Madboy.”   It was a thrilling discovery, as it offered a unique glimpse of the destructive

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