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January 11, 2017 / peoplesbookprize

Interview with David Cohen author of If Only They’d Met

Buy, comment and vote now:     http://www.peoplesbookprize.com/book.php?id=1481   Fiction Entry published by Psychology News ISBN 9780907633532 Winter 2016/17 Collection

1.Have you got a message for your readers?

I have imagined meetings between extraordinary men and women who could not have met because they lived in different times and civilisations. I would hope that reading of these encounters would be fun and spur the imagination of readers. The book is playful and I hope to develop a film based on it. 

2.What can we expect from you in the future?

I have been commissioned to write a book on the psychology of vampires. There are, would you believe, 15000 citizens of Atlanta in the US who identify themselves as vampires.

I am also producing a feature film called I Love London which looks at life in the Big Smoke today and a film of a double act by Maureen Lipmann and the poet/publisher Jeremy Robson. My film on Ted Hughes, Dreamtime, is available for libraries.

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Synopsis

If Queen Victoria had met Coco Chanel what would they have said? This book imagines a number of meetings between some iconic characters; John F Kennedy takes Grace Kelly to dinner, P.G Wodehouse and Samuel Beckett discuss cricket, Casanova discusses seduction with Marilyn Monroe.

davidcohenphotoAuthor’s Biography

David Cohen’s Psychologists on Psychology was re-issued last year by Routledge. His book on how Freud escaped Vienna is going to be filmed and Routledge will publish his book on how famous psychologists brought up their children in 2016.

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