Category Archives: Literature

Forbidden Bookshelf Project

Unearthing Suppressed American History. For over half a century, America’s vast literary culture has been disparately policed, and imperceptibly contained, by state and corporate entities well-placed and perfectly equipped to wipe out wayward writings. As America does not ban books, … Continue reading

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Indeterminacy at the Cube Bristol March 2014 Live Feed

Indeterminacy By John Cage at the Cube, Bristol performed by Steve Beresford and Tanya Chen with Stewart Lee 22nd March 2014 “John Cage’s Indeterminacy is a cardboard box filled with 90 cards containing 90 stories of different lengths, and a … Continue reading

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Towel Day 2013 – Douglas Adams

source: Towel Day on facebook source: http://lemon.ly/work/42-towel-day-infographic Douglas Adams Radio Interview Triple J 1990 One morning in December 1990 Kylie Sturgess recorded on cassette my interview with Douglas Adams on Triple J. She kept it next to he bed for … Continue reading

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Douglas Adams

Happy Towel Day “In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.” “There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what … Continue reading

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Peter Ackroyd’s Venice

Venice: Pure City is the title of Peter Ackroyd’s latest book, which has also been adapted to the screen and is currently showing on Sky Arts. Sadly none of Ackroyd’s television series have yet made it onto DVD. A search … Continue reading

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