Felix L. Petty On Stewart Home’s Proletarian Post-Modernism Spoken Word Album

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“H(om)e’s forged something of an anti-career in merging the sex, violence and cheap thrills of pulp into the non-linear narratives of the Surrealists and the playfulness and politics of the Neoists. A Stewart Home novel is generally not for the faint hearted; replete as they are with sexual perversion, violence, social critique and Marxist philosophy…” Read the full article here.

Above: The girls party away the fag end of 2013 – while in the background Stewart Home, Thurston Moore and Tim Wells, discuss the finer points of sixties soul music. Richard Boon was also present and actively participating in this animated exchange – but he’s obscured by the back of Stewart Home’s head!

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