Month: January 2017

Letters to The Whistler

Dear Editors Being a Hanoverian, I was lucky to come across your article on Aubrey Beardsley in the latest Whistler, and wanted to let you and your readers know that I quite regularly present Beardsley events.  At Brighton & Hove Museums our collections contain a few items relating […]

On the Move

Peter Batten is amazed by what he’s discovered about Oliver Sacks . . . These three words form the title of one of the most famous English poems of the 1950s. It was written by Thom Gunn, who went on to spend most of his life in the […]