Eugenie Krafft reviews Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane for Richardson Magazine

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Eugenie Krafft reviews Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane for Richardson Magazine: “Stewart’s Home’s new book, Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane, follows Charlie Templeton, a crack-smoking and possibly schizophrenic lecturer in cultural studies at City University of Newcastle on Tyne (CUNT). Between conducting rubbish seminars on Cannibal Holocaust and the Beverly Hillbillies, Charlie finds time to make love to his sleeping wife (Mandy) and unconscious mistress (Mary-Jane), bungle numerous attempts at date rape, put down a local terrorist cell, and expel the only student in his department insolent enough to complete assignments on time.”

See the full review here!

Above Stewart Home headstand reading in Los Angeles 3 March 2013. Stewart Home reading from Blood Rites of the Bourgeoisie at Human Resources, 410 Cottage Home Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-1415. Home also read from Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane and Defiant Pose and shredded a copy of his novel Down & Out In Shoredtich and Hoxton. Also on the reading  bill were Jarett Kobek and John Tottenham. The band Babes played after the readings.

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