Daniel is a Sydney-based writer and filmmaker. He likes to think of himself as a man of letters - mostly of the furious, "to the editor" variety.
“If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit.”
“Meshes of the After” is an “alternate reading” of a highly influential short
Insincerity breeds impotence - that’s what director Thomas Daneskov’s forest-fumbling crime caper Wild Men wants you to know, with its ensemble of flawed men
When your life is intrinsically linked to death, what kind of life does it become? For some, it can be a livelihood, an inheritance,
It Is In Us All: Review. By Daniel Pollock.
What does death bring for us? Is it something profound that connects every living creature
The concept of the double is nothing new in fiction - from Poe and Dostoyevsky in the 19th century to the more recent Paul