a cure for sweetness

March 12, 2011 § Leave a comment

Because too much chintz and knitting is no good for anybody, today I am revelling in…

  • Ken Kesey’s excellent Sailor Song (why this kind of writing is not on the syllabus for reluctant adolescent readers everywhere is a mystery. It’s properly gripping, environmentally conscious, makes me laugh out loud in a most undignified way, and is just delightfully filthy and irreverent.)
  • The stinging zing of freshly squeezed limes (this is waiting for tea-time in the fridge.)
  • Woven pictures by Erin M Riley (go and poke about in her website; traditional craft and grotty sexuality and hand dyed wool and drunkeness and drug-use and squalor and humour and a wonderfully fresh perspective)

Facebook Drama(Facebook Drama by Erin M Riley).

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