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Eileen Myles in conversation with Lighthouse Bookshop

As I settled down in my living room on Wednesday night to watch Eileen Myles chat to Rosa Campbell about their new novel on writing and craft titled For Now,…

Kae Tempest: Book review of ‘On Connection’, and conversation at the Southbank Centre

Whilst there is an unspeakable number of things wrong with the world, perhaps one more underlying problem can be generally agreed on as the speed of life. Too fast, overwhelmingly…

Poem of the week: let’s ‘rose tint the washing up’ in Eileen Myles’s ‘Homebody’

Oh, Hello. C’mon in. You know I was just thinking about how you’ve Always thought I was cool… And here I am, cooking fishcakes and broccoli. I didn’t know how…

Pieces of Me

If you read the premise for Pieces of Me, it is easy to become skeptical that the novel exists simply as an overly romanticised love story smack bang in the…

Broken Hearts

Poetry Circus fill the Bongo Club (an interesting yet not poor choice in venue for a spoken word night) with a sea of cabaret costumes: sequins, lipstick, coloured hair and…