Geoffrey Fox

Archive - Month: June 2016

Weaving us back together


The shooting in Orlando is just one more confirmation of how badly our social fabric is torn, and of the many and desperate people there are trying to tear us further apart. While browsing in a bookstore, Le Merle Moqueur, in Paris last week, my eye was caught by this little book, which turned out … read more »

Novel in progress: The Bookbinder


What drives and sustains people to believe that they can and must change the world, no matter how great the sacrifice? And how does such struggle change them? The Bookbinder questions such revolutionary ambitions at two historical moments. In Paris in 1870-71, a naïve 17-year old apprentice bookbinder, full of hormonal excitement and revolutionary illusions, … read more »