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The Lost Cosmonaut

Daniel Kalder was a Scot in his late 20s when he set out on  the travels – the four journeys that make up his book The Lost Cosmanaut. Faber and Faber did him proud for this is a paperback with … Continue reading

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Who runs Britain? Discuss.

OK. It’s been too long since my last post but that can be explained by the tenant who went into a spiral of anger melt-down and clinical paranoia. Yep. It’s all go-go-go at chez-moi. But hopefully he has gone to … Continue reading

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Turgid crap

What do you do when you’ve written a characterless, plotless, textureless narrative (aka turgid crap)? Well, if you’re French you have the great advantage of dressing it up as a work of great literary and existential profundity. You give it … Continue reading

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