Max Crisp is a translator and interpreter based in Geneva, Switzerland. Having studied both there and in the UK, he now works principally for organisations specialising in international public law (UN agencies, NGOs, etc).
He has lectured at the Universities of Paris III (Sorbonne Nouvelle) and Rennes (School of Public Health) but currently dedicates his time to private study and writing.
He holds masters degrees in both of his specialist fields, both awarded by the Faculty of Translating and Interpreting (the ETI) of the University of Geneva.
Follow the collective mind on its next step in this journey towards purgatory, decadence and derision. The Arcadian Angel may be your last chance to taste the sweet nectar of our long-lost but original innocence.
From the eyes of the Savage Saxon, we see the world as it was many hundreds of thousands of years ago, as primates became hunter-gatherers and came into possession of immovable wisdom. Tao and Empire is a series of new interpretations of the Dao De Jing, the ancient Chinese philosophical text, bringing revised and refreshed perspective to one of humankind's most highly regarded cannons of wisdom.