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Delighted to say that a new, fifth, issue in the conversations series is beginning production, tentatively scheduled to appear late Feb/early March 2018 – and perfectly, the subject is comedian and writer STEWART LEE, who aside from being arguably the finest stand-up working today, is very much there in the narrative of the series with connecting strands involving Iain Sinclair, Andrew Kötting and Alan Moore – all of whom are discussed. 63 more words


8 Things You Didn't Know About Stewart Lee

Stewart Lee is in an Incredible Hulk comic book

You may not know it by his highbrow “thinking man’s” flavor of comedy, but Stewart Lee is a big comics fanboy. 1,091 more words

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Tucker vs Partridge: Iannucci revives two legendary creations for The Big Issue

Armando Iannucci is giving you all a second great reason to buy The Big Issue this week (as well as the usual reason that it’s for an excellent cause), by reviving both Alan Partridge and Malcolm Tucker as part of his guest editor stint. 312 more words


How I Escaped My Certain Fate: The Life and Deaths of a Stand-Up Comedian by Stewart Lee

Stewart Lee is my favourite comedian. He’s intelligent, belligerent, difficult, hilarious, obssessed with language, and very, very funny. You might know him from his four BBC series, Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. 257 more words

Mel Brooks and political correctness

Mel Brooks popped up on Radio 4’s Today programme to talk comedy, and his comments have hit the usual outrage. Essentially his point is this; 523 more words


Mostly books

So we had a weekend full of birthday. One birthday, three celebrations. It was good though, I received a My Little Pony Rainbow Dash and a Batgirl doll among many other, oh so many other, presents. 598 more words

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Telling Hometown Tales Again... An Update

So, way back when in the depths of the past, I told you all about how I was joining the lovely team at Weidenfeld & Nicolson, part of Orion and the monster (in a large way, not scary or evil) publishing house Hachette. 829 more words

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