A further short article on Wyndham Lewis has been uploaded to the publications page. "The Sin Against Genius: Settling Scores in the Human Age", suggests that one of the figures in Lewis's late novel, a second-rate extension of the vastly superior Childermass (1928)is a malicious representation of Charles Prentice, Lewis' one-time editor at Chatto & Windus. While spiteful and trivial in itself this satirical portrait provides, I think, a reminder that Lewis was no gentler in his later age than he had been in the 1920s and early 1930s. Alternatively, while there is certainly, as many of critics of Lewis suggest, a discontinuity between the writings after the later 1930s, and those that had preceded them, this is a difference in quality not thought.