Some people like to read in peace and quiet; but for those like me who enjoy a little background sound to set the mood, here is a little playlist to go alongside Nothing Doing, written by Willie Smith.
06:44 Wake up. Groan. Press snooze. Fall asleep again.
06:58 Wake up. Groan. Press snooze. Fall asleep again.
07:12 Wake up. Turn off alarm. Fall asleep again.
09:53 Wake up. Panic. Throw self from bed.
It’s difficult. All the guidelines. Indent. Don’t indent. Double space. Leave some room. No attachments. Big attachments. Headers, footers, page numbers. Don’t let this put you off. Be positive. Perhaps you could follow my submission tips. Perhaps you could follow them to the letter. Perhaps.
Salt Publishing and Booker, Flannery O’Connor rare reading, druggy self-portraits, Banksy’s Olympics and more. (more…)
With the London 2012 Olympic Games starting this weekend, we thought now would be as good a time as any to announce that Honest Publishing is the official publisher of this year’s Olympic ceremonies.
We’re very proud that we’ve been officially chosen by the official London 2012 Olympic official games committee for this honour. We only hope that we can live up to their expectations when taking our place next to other sponsors and celebrated producers of fizzy drinks and processed fatty foods. (more…)
What the London 2012 Olympics have really cost us, Iain Sinclair in a swan-shaped pedalo, the Charles Bukowski musical and more. (more…)
Alan Moore and his new short films, the importance of The Reader Organisation, an interview with Kurt Vonnegut and more.
This week: Gustave Doré, some 19th Century Photoshopping, Bloomsday and the final farewell to Hiram Cronk.
This week: sword fighting manuals, London markets, wire sculptures, poetry from Robert Herbert and more.