James Hulbert has worked as a bartender, food bank coordinator, government worker, Peace Corps Volunteer, research assistant, teacher, translator, and video rental clerk. He studied literature at Princeton, Freiburg, Geneva, and Yale. He has translated texts by Jacques Derrida and Jacques Lacan, as well as Hans Biedermann's 'Dictionary of Symbolism'. Hulbert is married to the painter Jim Carpenter, for whom he has somehow never posed nude, at least not in a professional capacity. His other avowed weaknesses include Jascha Heifetz, cinema, lattes and the German sci-fi series 'Perry Rhodan'. His blog is at http://jaschawrites.blogspot.com; on Twitter he's @jaschawrites. 'A Kiss Before You Leave Me' is his first novel.
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Weaving the Text: The 70th Birthday Edition of the 1994 Dissertation
by Jim Carpenter
Jim Carpenter's 1994 dissertation, Weaving the Text, looks at his production of Hamlet from the previous year. Weaving the Text is the principal surviving document of his decades of collaboration and dialogue with his theatre students. It draws on pedagogical, hermeneutic, phenomenological, textual and acting theory -- but its focus is on the real-life experience of students and teacher.
A Kiss Before You Leave Me
by James Hulbert
Three master manipulators and a woman in love clash in the worlds of surveillance, voyeurism, art. Miranda's ex wants her back. His mother will do anything to keep them apart. Her secret weapon? A seductive Adonis with demons of his own--and plans for Miranda. Moral tale/guilty pleasure? A thriller whose violence is emotional--and all the worse because done in the name of love. AmzUK bestseller.
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