Content Note: There is some racist language in this episode.
Noise warning: There are lots of thumps and bumps throughout this recording so, if you have sensitive ears or if you listen through headphones, please proceed with caution.
Joining Charles Adrian for the 80th Second-Hand Book Factory is contrarian and alternative poet and performer Neil Spokes. They talk about playing with form, guitar pedals, a book that Charles Adrian doesn’t remember very well and a book that Christopher Hitchins may or may not have liked.
The episode before this one, Page One 105, which was recorded on the same day, features Neil’s wife Tina Sederholm.
Christy Malry’s Own Double Entry by B.S. Johnson is also discussed in Page One 38
You can watch the video to James’s Getting Away With It (All Messed Up) on YouTube here.
This episode features a jingle written for the podcast by the band Friends Of Friends; you can find some of their music here.
Episode released: 10th November, 2015.
Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry by B.S. Johnson
Kowloon Tong by Paul Theroux
Royal Flash by George MacDonald Fraser