The Man From Esperanto BY PAUL D. BRAZILL

So, you’re in Warsaw’s Esperanto district hiding from an obscenely large, bullet-headed man wielding a baseball bat. In a pizza oven. And, to paraphrase the singer David Byrne, you might ask yourself –how the fuck did I get here? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle once described London as being a ‘great cesspool into which the flotsam andContinue reading “The Man From Esperanto BY PAUL D. BRAZILL”

A Story For Sunday: Sleeping It Off

The sound is a thump, thump, thump that goes on and on and on, over and over again and drags me by my lapels into consciousness. I open my eyes and shards of sunlight slice through the blinds. Squinting, I focus on the worn Francoise Hardy poster on the wall and the familiar red flockContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: Sleeping It Off”

A Song For Saturday: Hold Me by Peter Hall

Peter Hall may not be a familiar name to most of you but hopefully that will soon change, as he is an incredibly talented musician, that is just waiting to be discovered. Some may recognize the name as the person  behind the wonderful band Play People who first recorded two EP’s on the brilliant This Almighty Pop! label runContinue reading “A Song For Saturday: Hold Me by Peter Hall”

A Story For Sunday: Never One To Do Things By Half by Beau Johnson

  ‘He knows he’s fucked the moment I ask if it should be Agent Brand I call him now, or would it be better if we still went with Hank.  I tell him I can’t do Ryan though, a name I just couldn’t comprehend when I looked at his face.’ Read the rest here atContinue reading “A Story For Sunday: Never One To Do Things By Half by Beau Johnson”