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My old man

I first came across Ted Kessler’s My Old Man in July 2013 when my friend Jude Rogers was asked to write about her father. It seemed like something I’d be interested in doing. Those of you who read this blog … Continue reading

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Books on shelves in shops (part 2)

My regular reader may remember a post, wherein I bully friends and relatives into finding the anthology Stations in bookshops and take pictures for me to upload to this site. Now it’s happening again, with the publication of the first … Continue reading

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Very peculiar indeed

It’s brilliant when a story gets a life beyond its initial publication, and I am happy that Matt Haynes and Jude Rogers, the co-founders and editors of Smoke: A London Peculiar, have revamped their website and posted some writing from … Continue reading

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