A Muse by Kieran Leonard

COLD LIPS: Curious about the line between Kieran Leonard on stage and the author … Talk to us about pseudonyms and alter-egos: KL: With the first record [as Saint Leonard’s Horses], I thought identity needed to be about beauty and truth.  But that is counter-intuitive, and admirable artists, whether Bob Dylan or whoever, they are constructs of a kind, and the idea of being a … Continue reading A Muse by Kieran Leonard

HOT KNIVES, BLACK CHICKENS, BOHO LAGER

In the first of a new gastronomic series, HOT KNIVES, our fave food writer, Goet Du Casse, feasts at Babette’s in London’s Nunhead. Babette’s black chickens roamed the fields of an idyllic English countryside that probably didn’t exist. They pecked the dust, free from the wild glare of starving brexiteers at the ÂŁ5 eat as much as you can Sunday carvery. May’s hungry foxes had … Continue reading HOT KNIVES, BLACK CHICKENS, BOHO LAGER