Author Archives: James Whyle

James Whyle

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Courtroom sketch

In his mind’s eye, the journalist sees the princess screaming for help.

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Channelling Sophie: Patricia J. DeLois on Bufflehead Sisters

Two sisters standing in front of water

“There was a time when I wouldn’t have started a novel for fear that I would die before I finished it.”

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Marching Towards Nelson

When I was running away from the army in Swaziland I came across Nelson Mandela’s book, No Easy Walk to Freedom. It was a time when I had difficulty with any literature except pornography and Doris Lessing. All the devils of the military were on my tail and it was hard to concentrate. But I […]

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