Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Thursday Album – This is Hardcore by Pulp

This week’s album is Pulp’s This is Hardcore. I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Amazingly, it’s nearly twenty years old already.

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The Thursday Album: Alice by Tom Waits

Tom Waits

This week’s album is Tom Waits’ Alice. Have a dreamy one!

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The Monday Poem – To Make a Dadist Poem

This week’s poem is a little different – a poem instructing the reader on how to create a poem.

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A review of “Strungballs” by Mike Russell”

Originally posted on Jennly Reads:
Full disclosure – I was provided a copy of this book by the author but have voluntarily chosen to write a review. All opinions are my own. A strange dystopian thought provoker Strungballs is a short novella by author Mike Russell. In it, we follow a young boy by the…

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The Sunday Song – Something Changed by Pulp

Something Changed by Pulp

I wonder: do our visitors from outside of the UK know about Pulp? I know they were massive, but they just seem so… British! Would love to know 🙂

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Short Story Saturday: Here Lies by H. W. Guernsey (Howard Wandrei)

This week’s short story is H. W. Guernsey (Howard Wandrei)’s Here Lies. I hope you enjoy it!

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The Thursday Album – Electric Warrior by T. Rex

T. Rex

This week’s Thursday album is T. Rex’s Electric Warrior. I hope you enjoy it 🙂

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The Monday Poem: Georgia by Philippe Soupault

Philippe Soupault

Georgia Translated by Ghita Jaouhari   i don’t sleep Georgia i shoot arrows into the night Georgia i wait Georgia the fire is like the snow Georgia the night is my neighbor Georgia i hear sounds without exception Georgia i see the smoke that rises Georgia i walk in the shadow of the fox’s footsteps […]

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Janus Fleuri by Louise Bourgeois

I often post images of Louise Bourgeois’ paintings and drawings, but here’s one of her incredible sculptures! It’s a bronze piece made in 1968.

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