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Readers include Godard aficionado , was put together without any primary research whatsoever but with the devotion of a dyed-in-the-wool fan. ks of Angular Records are playing acoustic sets and there are DJs to boot.
In keeping with the smoke and mirrors mystery of the affair, entry is free, but you must rsvp to attend.” RICHARD HELL, writer, artist, musician and punk legend (May 2004) When we asked Richard to be a judge in our Good Sex Prize competition, the punk legend answered: “Andrew, anything for the swingers at , has vowed to take on the might of Trinity Mirror after the newspaper giant launched a magazine of the same name based on its daily gossip column.” OWEN GIBSON, “MIRROR’S 3AM SPIN-OFF FACES LEGAL CHALLENGE”, has vowed to take on the might of Trinity Mirror after the newspaper giant launched a magazine of the same name based on its daily gossip column.
But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t take a chance on the cosmic conjunction of all three this Saturday.
Indeed the line-up is almost supernatural in its assortment of high-cool low-recognition avant-gardeness.
Standing on their chairs and letting it all hang loose for the party people will be such luminaries as arch YBA-apologist Matthew Collings, Billy Childish — king of his own little world, Vic Godard still doing Punk like it never went out, came back and went out of style again, Bertie Marshall psycho-lit boy, the aforementioned Richard Strange, the sexy Mitzi Szereto and, jeez, about ten other spokesman for counter-culture.
This is literature as it should be — free, sometimes too free, from editorial control, frank and outrageous.” .
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TOM BRADLEY, novelist (December 2006) “I trust you know what a gigantic boon you provide for us scribblers, no exaggeration.” “Get a makeover at Andrew Gallix’s magisterial is an online magazine for short fiction, poems and essays.
In addition, like all successful mags it creates its own true community.
Keep up the worthy work.” ANDREW WADE, ONLY ANARCHISTS ARE PRETTY (November 2003) “I check out pretty regularly, being a man of taste and distinction!