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- John Sinclair and modern heroes on Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge Resonance FM, 5.30pm 26th Nov
- Madam Miaow on the Super Rich: Resonance FM listen again
- Why we need to look at the Super Rich: BBC’s Britain on the Fiddle is a disgrace
- Cultural Revolution: this week’s Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge on Resonance FM
- Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge launched on Resonance FM
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Last night’s exciting launch programme of my new Resonance FM radio series — Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge — is now available to listen online. Share a cultural first and check it out here. “Oh Other where art thou?” featured my … Continue reading
I read some pert, perky and pertinent poetry at last night’s pre-The Fu Manchu Complex public debate at the Oval House Theatre. The main event in the evening, a satire by actor Daniel York who was at the centre of … Continue reading
Madam Miaow’s Culture Lounge returns to the St Ives Arts Festival following last year’s The Steampunk Opium Wars extravaganza that had a cast of thousands and played to a capacity audience of dozens. This year, I’ll read the first chapters of … Continue reading
Or learn how to pimp your prose. Legendary author and journalist Charles Shaar Murray’s excellent Hothouse Project “Journalism as Art and Craft” writing classes return to north London in September for eight weeks. CSM has been dubbed “the rock writers’ … Continue reading
I’m delighted to be giving my “Poetry Against the Cuts” class at The Orwell Prize Wigan Pier Workshops in the week commencing 7 October. Paul Anderson is also on the bill giving a talk on the history of journalism and … Continue reading
Anna Chen reads her poem, “I am Rich and You are Poor: lines on dead Chinese cocklepickers and their rich benefactors” about the 21 people who died at Morecambe Bay in 2004. Performed at the Morning Star May Day celebrations, … Continue reading