Obscure Sorrows: Onism

Obscure Sorrows: Onism

source url by | Sep 21, 2016

onism – n. the frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits only one place at a time. As described in The Dictionary Of Obscure Sorrows. It’s the warm coloured stone of Greek churches. It’s the restful aureate light that everything here...
The Novel Cure

The Novel Cure

click by | Aug 9, 2016

Originally featured in The Saatchi Gallery’s Art & Music Magazine My mother taught me very early on that a life full of books equals a well insured soul, so I never have the slightest hesitation in recommending reading to friends who are in need of hopeful...
Bukowski And Friends

Bukowski And Friends

by | Mar 10, 2016

Today marks 22 years since the world said farewell to one of its greatest ever American writers, Mr Henry Charles Bukowski. I first fell in love with his writing sometime in my late teenage years at a point when my brain and my morals were at their most malleable....
St John the Gambler and Caroline

St John the Gambler and Caroline

This is a short story I wrote for our recent zine, ‘My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys; Townes Van Zandt Edition’ that we released in conjunction with our monthly tribute night. I was inspired by songs from Townes’ albums ‘Flyin shoes’...

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