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I’ll See Myself Out, Thankyou - October 2018 October 30th, 2018

“I’ll See Myself Out, Thank-you” edited by Michael Irwin. Stew contributes a short story to this right-to-die anthology “A series of recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom. These essays cover every aspect of the topic from the legal and…

I wrote the introduction to a book on Lee Hazelwood by Wyndham Wallace “Lee, Myself & I is an intimate portrait of the last years of Lee Hazlewood, the legendary singer and songwriter best known for ‘These Boots Are Made For Walkin’’, the chart-topping hit he wrote and produced for Nancy Sinatra. It begins in…

Ithell Colquhoun – The Crying Of The Wind - October 2018 October 30th, 2018

ITHELL COLQUHOUN (1906–1988) was a painter and writer who, along with Eileen Agar and Leonora Carrington, one of the best-known English women surrealists. A friend of André Breton, she was also associated with Aleister Crowley. Her writing has been compared to that of William Blake and Walter de la Mare – the latter being a…

Ithell Colquhoun – The Living Stones - October 2018 October 30th, 2018

ITHELL COLQUHOUN (1906–1988) was a painter and writer who, along with Eileen Agar and Leonora Carrington, one of the best-known English women surrealists. A friend of André Breton, she was also associated with Aleister Crowley. Her writing has been compared to that of William Blake and Walter de la Mare – the latter being a…

Robin Ince – I’m A Joke (And So Are You) - October 2018 October 15th, 2018

I wrote the foreword for Robin Ince’s new book. What better way to understand ourselves than through the eyes of comedians – those who professionally examine our quirks on stage daily? In this touching and witty book, award-winning presenter and comic Robin Ince uses the life of the stand-up as a way of exploring some…

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