George Pendle

‘Its name tells you everything you really need to know: it’s big, it’s complex and it smashes things together.’

By George Pendle

Author George Pendle on his biography of Jack Parsons, the scientist, mysticist and follower of Aleister Crowley, now dramatized on CBS

By Dan Fox

Josef Albers's secret symbol for the Manuscript society at Yale University

By George Pendle

George Pendle looks at the artist's ambitious new body of work tackling the Vietnam War

By George Pendle

1913, a year of cultural, artistic and technological revolution that transformed the world

By George Pendle

The UK's forgotten acoustic defence system

By George Pendle

Michael Werner

By George Pendle

Great buildings that were never built

By George Pendle
The Amazing Randi

One man's crusade against 'woo-woo'

By George Pendle

An updated style bible heralds the return of the preppy

By George Pendle
Roses left at the monument to Edgar Allan Poe, Baltimore, on the anniversary of his birth, 19 January 2008

Edgar Allan Poe, the disappearance of the 'Poe Toaster' and the best way to find a grave

By George Pendle

Domestic and social dynamics within the parentless homestead in the films of John Hughes

By George Pendle