Suprised Squirrels last night by making him turn up at Clapham Junction. We went out for dinner then to see Jeremy Hardy at Battersea Arts Centre. Jeremy Hardy is a left-wing comic that we both like. So you know, lots of moaning. Which is what I came for England for innit.
Never been to the Battersea Arts Centre before. It's very nice in a slightly crusty but obviously much loved sort of way.
Currently reading: In the aeroplane over the sea, a 33⅓ book by Kim Cooper, which tells the story of how the awesome Neutral Milk Hotel album came to be.
It's also very small. I like very small books, that I can fit in my pocket. Very small book recommendations gratefully received.
cutting stuff up
- Left-wing comedy and tiny books