Tag Archives: William Blake

Get Down On It: Stewart Home interviewed by Jaime Casas

I did this interview for a Spanish newspaper El Pais a few weeks ago and figured I might as well run it here in the original English. The Spanish publication of Memphis Underground has been generating a lot of interest … Continue reading

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From Whitecross Street to Falmouth Harbour & Back Again!

Reader let me take you by the hand to Whitecross Street… are the words with which nineteenth-century writer George Gissing begins his first novel Workers of the Dawn. In Gissing’s time Whitecross Street was synonymous with poverty but now it … Continue reading

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