Author Archives for Dougie Gerrard

June 2019 articles

Nightmare at 30,000 feet: can hypnotherapy cure a fear of flying?
Nightmare at 30,000 feet: can hypnotherapy cure a fear of flying?
I haven’t always been an anxious person. In fact, I was an utterly fearless child, with a predilection for dumb [...]
June 17, 2019
Bret Easton Ellis interview: an audience with the most hated writer in America
Bret Easton Ellis interview: an audience with the most hated writer in America
Bret Easton Ellis is concerned about the noise. We’re sitting in the lounge of a fancy hotel, and he’s worried [...]
June 17, 2019
Gloria Bell review: Julianne Moore stars in this beguiling but frustrating retread
Gloria Bell review: Julianne Moore stars in this beguiling but frustrating retread
This beguiling, frustrating film is noteworthy for two reasons: a gleaming performance by Julianne Moore, and the fact that it [...]
June 7, 2019
Natalia Goncharova review: This exhibition offers a glimpse into a Russia that has long been forgotten
Natalia Goncharova review: This exhibition offers a glimpse into a Russia that has long been forgotten
Natalia Goncharova was a Russian avant-garde artist who throughout her career was preoccupied with the world of the Russian peasantry. [...]
June 7, 2019
Focus On Bermondsey: The London borough with the Shard in its back yard
Focus On Bermondsey: The London borough with the Shard in its back yard
Seventy two households, all belonging to the Count Robert of Mortain, and collectively worth a grand total of 40 pence; [...]
June 7, 2019