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Monday 8th August 2011 – London Still Burns

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Online Bookshops Vs Bricks and Mortar

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

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Campaign to Close All Libraries

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Happy Birthday to The Big Issue: True Uncompromising Publishing

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Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Phone hacking’s our fault is like bollocks…

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

I heard some tosh t’other day about some sort of thing about us being responsible for that phone hacking scandal thing about phone hacking because we’re people and people read newspapers and therefore the only reason newspapers are a right proper bunch of pricks is cos we’re a right proper bunch of pricks for like buying it and stuff. (more…) more»

Jack Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’: From Scroll to iPhone App

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

What a transition Jack Kerouac‘s On The Road has made. It started off as a 120-foot scroll of taped together tracing paper, with no margins or paragraphs. It might as well have been written on the back of a fag packet. For me, it was the perfect treatment of Kerouac’s dazed-and-confused prose that left readers reaching for a bottle of whiskey, and an atlas. (more…) more»

Honest Publishing Requests the Pleasure…

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Honest Publishing would like to cordially request the honour of your presence…
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It’s Literally Literary Snobbery

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

Why do less people read now than, say, 50 years ago? Is the answer really just “Xbox”, or are there other reasons that the general public choose to avoid books? (more…) more»

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

Dictators rely on control. That control usually works through creating an environment of fear. One way of nurturing such an environment is to isolate the individual by hindering and controlling the collective thoughts of the masses; making individuals feel alone, helpless and unable to look after themselves without input of the state, wary and suspicious of those not deployed by it. (more…) more»