Top Pops runs headline: “Jimmy Survives The Big Quake”. Peter Grant: “We flew to Los Angeles and there was a small earthquake. It registered 5.6 on the earthquake meter and a building fell down. Jimmy Page and his road manager Richard Cole were stopping in Jean Harlow’s old suite in a hotel and Jimmy was reading up all the information he could about earthquakes. Jimmy was fascinated and scared. He’d read that most people who survived the big quake in the Thirties did so by sitting in a ba
Novels aren’t movies – how to write great description in prose - Description in prose aims to give the reader an experience. It fills in the specifics. Description in scripts or screenplays – and novels by writers who don’t read a lot of prose – is often labels or generics. Let me show you what I mean.
More than just a pretty face, Lee Miller was a groundbreaking and versatile artist who proved successful on both sides of the camera. A professional model and later a muse for the Surrealist movement, she also shaped an extraordinary career behind the lens, first as a studio assistant to Man Ray, then as a portrait and Surrealist photographer, and finally as a war correspondent for "Vogue."