Just as I was settling into my golden years, I quit writing full-time to become a salesperson full-time. I only have one product, but it's a great one: my current unpublished book, Don't Sit Down Yet.
Few filmmaker know how to show India in its most infuriatingly realistic, yet powerfully poetic light. Richie Mehta does it and his work has fascinated me, ever since I watched in 2008 his film Amal.
Currently, it seems as though the only thing holding Lebanon's political system and military together are fears of a full-blown civil war in their absence.
This one is being carried out by short sighed and ego-centric politicians, who occupy government portfolios and seats in the national parliament. Is it time for a new revolution?