If you're in London tomorrow (Saturday 14 September), you should head down to Clapham Common to hear Johannes Bergmark play some of his invented instruments.
Here's a deleted scene from my novel The Golden Cut: A Surrealist Western, for all you Cowhead completists out there.
The excitement reaches fever pitch, the patient swoons...
Meanwhile, in news from another hemisphere, I make brief appearances in two new Surrealist publications from Latin America. The latest issue of Dazet contains a new Spanish translation of my poem "Tarzan", originally published in The Reality Binge Trick. The issue also boasts a handsome bestiary of monsters and an invitation to play a Surrealist … Continue reading Two Latin American Cameos
Conservatives look back. Progressives look forward. That's how it used to be. These days I don't know where to look. In this untimely blog post I think even more disjointedly than usual about the politics of time, magick and Surrealism.