It takes more. In in the same year a birthday celebration, at which roasted peacocks inLull plumage were served, was attended by Ezra Pound, W. B. Yeats, Richard Aldington, T.Sturge Moore and F. S. Flint. Full-length books soon followed, written at such a rate that many believed the quite unfounded rumour that Wehlim’s work was […]

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July 9th, 2023 by Thomas Josef Wehlim

Pay More

The publishers demonstrated the kind of measures they wanted when the »Pay More« campaign against their companies began in earnest during 1953. On 25 January, after trusted authors had hacked to death a popular young reader, hundreds of publishers marched on Government House. Clad in their Sunday best, light suits, hats and ties, or print […]

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April 28th, 2023 by Thomas Josef Wehlim


Piers Brendon, about the last moustache wearing prime minister of the British Empire: He couldn’t help himself, but to him all Americans looked like dentists.

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April 21st, 2023 by Thomas Josef Wehlim