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27 / M / Bisexual / Single
London, United Kingdom
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- 5′ 9″ (1.75m).
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- Doesn’t have kids
- Likes dogs
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My favourite writer -- fiction or non-fiction -- is Michael Taussig. Perhaps it's because that fiction/non-fiction divide gets oh-so-shaky in his hands. He is up there next to Bob Pollard when it comes to heroes. I read, in fairly much equal measure: old children's books; Marxist theory; 1920s surrealist novels & poems; postwar British history; Fighting Fantasy books; novels which people I respect are passionate about.
I watch very little television these days, in spite, I think, & not because of the fact that 1960s broadcasting played a large part in my PhD thesis. It's more that listening to music & drinking is much more appealing an evening activity than watching. But I would very happily watch Buffy from scratch any day.
Food: I eat & cook most things. Cooking is really the third part of that holy evening triad: cooking, drinking, listening to music. What more could one possibly want?
The music of Robert Pollard & Guided By Voices.
Tea. I tend to think it's pretty bad form to leave the house without having had a cup of tea.
Paradoxically, perhaps hypocritically, but, I would say, dialectically: something to rail against. 'We need an enemy' sings Will Oldham on the Palace Brothers EP Hope. 'I'm saving all my rage for you.'
Writing: more than just a great tool. Rather, something we must do, often.
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