It’s a new school year and I’m pleased to report that things are going well. I am getting to know the children and the children are getting to know me. 982 more words
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"UNITE OR DIE": John Holt's New-York Journal; or, the General Advertiser and the Imagery of Allegiance
A short while ago, I wrote on the importance of political caricatures within eighteenth-century British America. I called for an increased focus on how caricatures affected, and in some cases represented, politics during the American Revolution. 1,010 more words
In 2014 one of reggae’s most beloved and enduring singers and songwriters left us. In August that year John Holt collapsed on stage during a show and two months later he succumbed to cancer. 674 more words
I’m absolutely delighted to welcome crime-writer John Holt today. Please introduce yourself to my readers, John!
Born in 1943 in Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. I now live in Essex with my wife Margaret, who I married in September 1969; my daughter Elizabeth, and our cat, Missy, who actually adopted us deciding that she wanted to live with us nearly three years ago. 1,219 more words