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(This episode should be marked as explicit because of strong language and sexual imagery.)

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Season 1 Episodes

Episode image is a detail from the cover of Selected Short Stories Of “Saki” by “Saki”, published in 1939 by Penguin Books

Episode image is a detail from the cover of Selected Short Stories Of “Saki” by “Saki”, published in 1939 by Penguin Books

Joining Charles Adrian for the sixth Second-Hand Book Factory is Brautigan Book Club co-founder and Please Plant This Book re-creator Fuchsia Voremburg. Calling a spoon a spoon, they discuss foxes, Fuchsia’s job and their mutual love of Saki. Some rather explicit porn is read aloud.

Another book by Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon, is discussed in Page One 123.

More information about the Brautigan Book Club is here.

More information about Please Plant This Book is here.

You can browse Prowler’s selection of books here.

More information about the wonderful Dinefwr Literature Festival can be found here.

You can read Christopher Hitchens’ review of The Unbearable Saki by Sandie Byrne in The Atlantic here.

This episode was recorded at the Wilton Way Café for London Fields Radio, which you can find out more about here.

You can listen to this episode on Mixcloud here.

Episode released: 20th November, 2012.

 

Book listing:

The Crying Of Lock 49 by Thomas Pynchon

Slaves by Alex Von Mann

Selected Short Stories Of “Saki” by “Saki”

Links:

Page One 123

Brautigan Book Club

Please Plant This Book 2012

Prowler Books

Dinefwr Literature Festival

Where The Wild Things Are by Christopher Hitchins in The Atlantic

Page One 12 on Mixcloud

London Fields Radio

Charles Adrian