Steve Hancock came round at 7.15 but couldn’t talk as I had to leave at 8.00.
Met Charlie and Chris in The White Horse.
Drank 3 litres of cider in the Churchyard and got pissed on a bottle of Sherry in the garden.
Don’t remember crawling along the carpet in front of Ruth’s Mam. Continue reading Cold Lips 01
“People are always saying ‘literally’ and they mean figuratively. Literally doesn’t mean literally anymore. Cause what defines a meaning of a word is how it is used. Language ain’t hard and fast, even in the Oxford dictionary. So ‘literally’ now, if you look in the Oxford English Dictionary, it no longer means the absolute fact. This is the conversation: He treated her like shit, literally. What? He flushed her down the lavatory? I mean no, surely, figuratively? In this case.” Continue reading Dr John Cooper Clarke podcast
We built this City
We built this City on Rock n Roll
No you didn’t. Workers with too short lives, never enough time or resource and a succession of ailments fucking did. Continue reading Mark Gilroy: Giant Minds And Sniper Strikes
Like the making of the most recent Star Wars trilogy, the scripts are hidden, locked in vaults with only a select few allowed the privilege of knowing what the fuck is really happening. The Death Star looms, the Rebels in disarray. The evil Emperor Palpatine and the whole bloody Royal bloodline has us in a hex. Gil De Ray on David Erdos. Continue reading David Erdos ‘The Corona Virus Diaries’
“If you’re going all the way to Brooklyn, be sure to pick up a potato pudding, like last time.” Continue reading I Lost The Pudding
Why do we dance? To belong? To free ourselves? And Then We Danced is a film by Swedish-born Levan Akin that has absorbed festivals from Venice to Cannes. And had a few bricks thrown at it on homeground. Written by Kirsty Allison, this review appears in the March edition of DJMag, alongside a feature on the brilliant and highly recommended new book, Threshold (Bloomsbury) by … Continue reading BY GEORGIA, DANCE FREE 🌈
There is a film coming out that all writers must see, writes Kirsty Allison Particularly female. And if you are more of a reader than a writer, or coasting some kind of minority intersection, passive or active, this will also serve you well. And in fear of being misandrist, all men need to watch it too. Why? Because it will make you want to read … Continue reading Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am