This post serves as the official announcement that I have posted on my blog a new page – as in the “Home” page or the “About the author” page or the “Lost Providence” page. That is, I posted it but it is not a post. Rather it is a permanent section of the blog itself. It concerns the book Making Dystopia, a comprehensive history of modern architecture by the architectural historian James Stevens Curl, published in 2018 by Oxford University Press. The page reflects the importance I place in the prospects for this book and the shift it might initiate in the revival of traditional architecture.
On the Making Dystopia page there is an introduction to the book and there are links to sites where the book can be purchased, and then there is a list of reviews of the book. Readers may feel free to send me news of reviews that I have left off the list, or suggest other material that might be of interest to readers. I may be reached at this email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will forgive any reader who, on his way to the Making Dystopia page, stops in at the Lost Providence page. When you are finished reading the Making Dystopia page, feel free to plunge back into the Home page and read more posts, many of which lately have been about Making Dystopia. No doubt they will help you fill up the down time between Christmas and New Year’s.