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Edward Booth-Clibborn

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2008
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Edward Booth-Clibborn published Lennon's lithographs and McLuhan's newsletter in the 60s, advised the Labour Party on their electoral posters in the 70s and was credited with revolutionising the coffee-table book in the 90s. Having worked with him but never having had time to chat, I wanted to ask him what the keys were to making visionary visual books work in the digital age.

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Sordera and Family in Conversation

Flamenco International
London, 1999, 3,000 words; extracts
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Sordera de Jerez was one of Jerez's great masters of cante. One hot August afternoon he sat down with me to talk about his music, and his brother Sordera Chico and son Vicente Soto Sordera came too. It was a rare chance to talk to a family which has helped to define flamenco song - and is still doing so.

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Four Hands: Sushi and Tapas

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Madrid, May 2015
Versione italiano
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As you approach the Rocío it looks like any tapas bar in Malaga, the capital city of the Costa del Sol in Andalusia.  But the cooking here, by Michelin-starred chef Juan Bautista García Martín and Japanese sushi maestro Maeso Kikuchi, is unique.  So, too, are the prices. Why do two such successful cooks decide to focus on tapas and sushi affordable to everyone?

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