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New Escapologist Issue Five (Digital) By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist's Fifth Issue celebrates the artists and eccentrics of history who have chosen to live as Bohemians, plus lots of practical articles on how to live the Bohemian life. Featuring... More > writing on beards, entropy, rambling, bedsits, Quentin Crisp, garrets, Buddhism, digital work ethics, Erik Satie, Emperor Norton, Bohemian love, and more. Includes a special interview with Alain de Botton. 106 pages.< Less
New Escapologist Issue 5 By Robert Wringham
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New Escapologist's Fifth Issue celebrates the artists and eccentrics of history who have chosen to live as Bohemians, plus lots of practical articles on how to live the Bohemian life. Featuring... More > writing on beards, entropy, rambling, bedsits, Quentin Crisp, garrets, Buddhism, digital work ethics, Erik Satie, Emperor Norton, Bohemian love, and more. Includes a special interview with Alain de Botton. 106 pages.< Less
Boris the Gnome By Bernard O'Connor
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This is one of Bernard's first stories. Written in the early-1970s, it was based on a late-night bed-time story whilst he shared a bed-sit with College friends in Twickenham London. It is ... More > illustrated by nephews and nieces he read it to before they went to bed.< Less
Some Goon Show Quotes and Misquotes By James Ron Leigh
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This is a highly personalised collection of Goon Show quotes; many just short clips from memory and with no pretension to accuracy; just some pieces I like and hence the title. I saw Milligan in his... More > two stage shows ,The Bed-Sitting Room and Son of Oblomov, both at the Comedy Theatre in London. Here I have reproduced the programmes and given a few reminiscences about those theatre visits< Less
The Story of the Amulet By E. Nesbit
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At the beginning of this book the children's father, a journalist, has gone overseas to cover the war in Manchuria. Their mother has gone to Madeira to recuperate from an illness, taking with her... More > their younger brother, the Lamb. The children are living with an old Nurse who has set up a boardinghouse in central London. Her only remaining boarder is a scholarly Egyptologist who has filled his bedsit with ancient artifacts. During the course of the book, the children get to know the "poor learned gentleman" and befriend him and call him Jimmy.< Less
The Story of the Amulet By E. Nesbit
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At the beginning of this book the children's father, a journalist, has gone overseas to cover the war in Manchuria. Their mother has gone to Madeira to recuperate from an illness, taking with her... More > their younger brother, the Lamb. The children are living with an old Nurse who has set up a boardinghouse in central London. Her only remaining boarder is a scholarly Egyptologist who has filled his bedsit with ancient artifacts. During the course of the book, the children get to know the "poor learned gentleman" and befriend him and call him Jimmy.< Less
PORNO MAGS AND DESPERATE DADS By George Rostov
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Esteemed poet and poof of the Medway Literary Scene, 'Porno Mags and Desperate Dads' is a collection of Rostov's gutter-based poetry. Let the bedsit-bound poet take you on a coked-up tour of the... More > cruising grounds and gay saunas of London and Kent, a bottle of vodka in one hand and a Menthol Superking in the other; he can't guarantee to get you home in one piece, but you're in for one hell of a whizz-wired ride.< Less
PORNO MAGS AND DESPERATE DADS By George Rostov
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Esteemed poet and poof of the Medway Literary Scene, 'Porno Mags and Desperate Dads' is a collection of Rostov's gutter-based poetry. Let the bedsit-bound poet take you on a coked-up tour of the... More > cruising grounds and gay saunas of London and Kent, a bottle of vodka in one hand and a Menthol Superking in the other; he can't guarantee to get you home in one piece, but you're in for one hell of a whizz-wired ride.< Less
Busy Blood By Stuart Hughes and D. F. Lewis
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This is the crooked, surreal and dark house that Stuart Hughes and D. F. Lewis built. This is a lonely collection of shadow-filled rooms and twisted passageways where no reality is certain, and... More > where certainty shifts and distorts. This is a place of grotesque free sex, of demon armies and clinics in which exorcism is by surgery. This is where you will find quiet tumours and the mansion with two bedsits and where you will be meticulously prepared for madness. This is Busy Blood “Stuart Hughes has a natural ability, a determination and raw talent that is undeniable.” Conrad Williams “In one short page, Lewis manages to unsettle in a way that a ream of small press magazines could never do in a lifetime of trying.” Stygian Articles< Less
Not A Patch on Charlotte Cox By G B Hope
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Premier League footballer Billy Green, an American, is on the long-term injured list at his home in Alderley Edge. His English wife Wendy befriends courier Tony Doyle, who works the rough streets of... More > Manchester. A joke about a job swap is made into reality by pushy Wendy who wants to prepare her husband for life after the game. So Doyle moves into the Green's guest flat, and Green settles into Doyle's pokey bedsit. Doyle gets use of the Aston Martin, trains with Green's team mates posing as a journalist. Green meanwhile takes on the grind of Doyle's deliveries, meeting the good, the bad and the mad out on the rounds. Doyle introduces Wendy to Lee Macro, a cage fighter. She is smitten by the man and an affair develops. While helping Wendy, Doyle continues to enjoy the fabulous lifestyle. When the men swap back, Doyle makes plans to leave town with his girlfriend, Green comes to him distraught over his wife's affair, only to face a revengeful, violent twist that explains Doyle's presence in the first place.< Less