Q & A with Author Simon Worrall: Part One

On July 3rd, I reviewed Simon Worrall’s  The Poet and the Murderer, a nonfiction narrative about master forger and pipe bomber Mark Hofmann, whose  composition of his own Emily Dickinson poem was perhaps the height of his audacity. Mr. Worrall has agreed to answer a few questions both about this book and his career generally. […]

Art and Artifice: A Review of The Poet and the Murderer

Recently, a Bible signed by Albert Einstein and his wife Elsa in 1932, sold at auction for $68,500.  If you’re a fan of “Antiques Roadshow,” it’s not hard to understand the craze for owning the old and rare. Consider, then, how Daniel Lombardo’s heart beat a bit faster when he learned that a newly discovered […]