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Let’s Kill The Novel & Remake The World! Stewart Home interviewed by Raül De Tena

This is an interview I did recently with H Magazine around the publication in Spain of my novel Memphis Underground. They will have run a Spanish translation but here it is with my original answers in English. I know some … Continue reading

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12 Hours Of Spam – or Poetry In Motion….

I was very pleased to find this website. I wanted to say thanks for your time for this wonderful read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you blog … Continue reading

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Occupying my future, reclaiming my past!

Asserting that ‘we are everywhere’ is probably more convincing than the claim that ‘I am everywhere”. Nonetheless it doesn’t take much suspension of disbelief before I’m able to convince myself that indeed “I am everywhere” – after all, I’ve been … Continue reading

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No, Or Santiago Sierra’s Latest Art World ‘Prank’

Santiago Sierra (b. 1966, Madrid) is well known for his cruel and nihilistic pranks. To  save myself the effort of writing very much about Sierra (whose work is tedious but simultaneously serves to illustrate the complete decomposition of the institution … Continue reading

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