Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dadaoist Anthology

(You may notice, and I shall embolden for your greater convenience, I‘m included in it.) Dear anthology contributors, I just wanted to write a quick update on the anthology. A number of things have slowed us down, but we are … Continue reading

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Kitten

Yvann told me Diana had been charged by the police for the same offence he had, that of threatening to kill. She does this periodically but is discernibly pushing things lately. A shopkeeper neighbour complained. She spent a night in … Continue reading

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Trauma

I saw John off at the station. Yvann came up in time for lunch. We went on a jaunt, catching a train to Putney, walking across the river (without getting our feet wet) and taking a very slow bus back. … Continue reading

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The John Elliott Interview for Chomu by Quentin S Crisp

During the last, October Writers’ Group meet, John Elliott inevitably mentioned his interview. The interviewer, Quentin, may even have got a mention as might the publisher, Chomu. I’ve since listened to it by the link http://soundcloud.com/chomuradioarchive/john-elliott-interview and can recommend you … Continue reading

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Break

I went for foil to put the sardines on to grill without losing their oil. There was none. He’d used up the foil, for only the one purpose, smoking, and broken our agreement. I’d ask for the keys back and … Continue reading

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Damoclean Sword

John’s taken to coming back to go out with me at night, the ostensible premiss being he might be taken at any time and returned to prison where he’d commit suicide. He’d wanted to see Tower Bridge. He’d also wanted … Continue reading

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WG October

Opening up, having opened the bottle, I was joined by Steve, shortly after by John E, and while we waited we chatted on this and that, largely about the origin of the good red wine I’d brought which had SA … Continue reading

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