November 23, 2021
Nicholas Murray is a freelance author and journalist based in Wales and London. Born in Liverpool, he is the author of several literary biographies including lives of Franz Kafka, Aldous Huxley, Bruce Chatwin, Andrew Marvell and Matthew Arnold, five collections of poems, and two novels. His biography of Matthew Arnold was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year in 1997, and his biography of Aldous Huxley was shortlisted for the Marsh Biography Prize in 2003. His biography of Franz Kafka has been translated into nine languages.
Nicholas Murray home page: http://nicholasmurray.co.uk/
Murray's Huxley biography: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/30568.Aldous_Huxley
October 23, 2021
In this episode, we chat with Dan Lowe about the life, work and ideas of Wilhelm Reich. Dan works as a counsellor, therapist and educator in London. He has been studying Reich since discovering him through Robert Anton Wilson over 25 years ago while at university. Dan’s clinical work as therapist is heavily informed by relational therapy and Reich’s somatic therapy.
*Episode 3 on The Doors of Perception and Aldous Huxley with biographer Nicholas Murray and will be available the 23rd of November*
September 23, 2021
For our first episode we talk with artist Dom Heffer of the Institute of General Semantics about the life and ideas of Alfred Korzybski and the implications of general semantics on every day life.