bookscover2cover – Autobiography

 

More posts of mine have appeared at bookscover2cover; called The Autobiography of Sue Thomas Diogenes Blake – Part 1 & Part 2, they can be read by clicking on the links. These posts provide a kind of documentary or, if you will, mockumentary insight into the life and times of the author.

And, to finish, here’s Spinal Tap –
 

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bookscover2cover – His Photographer’s Gaze

 

Another story of mine has been posted at bookscover2cover; called His Photographer’s Gaze, it can be read by clicking on the link. [Spoiler alert] The story was written as a deliberate riff on Browning’s poem ‘My Last Duchess,’ which still seems so modern when you read it. Very unsettling too.

And to finish, here’s Duran Duran, with a groovy tune and a dress sense that shows that sometimes the 1980s dated rather more quickly than the 1800s –

bookscover2cover -Heiress

 

Another story of mine has been posted at bookscover2cover; called Heiress, it can be read by clicking on the link. This story was written because I wanted my own version of those tales from the Middle Ages in which the awkwardness of some of the syntax and phrasing creates a lyricism of its own somehow.

And to finish, here’s Patti Smith –

bookscover2cover – Motley Feudal Ties

 
Another story of mine has been posted at bookscover2cover; called Motley Feudal Ties, it can be read by clicking on the link. I remember I borrowed a phrase from Karl Marx for the title because he seemed like the go-to-guy so far as the story’s theme was concerned.

And to finish, here’s The Smiths with the national anthem. All stand, please…
 

bookscover2cover – The War Against the Elves

 

Another story of mine has been posted at bookscover2cover; called The War Against the Elves, it can be read by clicking on the link. This story is historically correct, supposedly, since not all of Tolkein’s group was keen on having their time taken up by imaginary creatures fighting imaginary wars for hundreds and hundreds of pages. After all, the real situation has always been more evil and insane than anything any warlock could dream up.

And to finish, here’s Manic Street Preachers –