ISSUE TEN | SUMMER 2016
ALEXANDER BLOK'S 'MYSTIC
The summer of 1901 turned out to be a pivotal moment in Blok’s development as a poet.
THE RIVALS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
Giant green spider, anyone? A great deal of late Victorian and Edwardian crime fiction was simply too bizarre—and contrived—for its own good.
RIDE 'EM, COWBOY!
More music from the soundtrack of a Spaghetti Western that does not exist. This one’s more Morricone than Ennio himself!
LEAVE ME ALONE
Another slice of snarling sixties garage from the dusty corners of my imaginary record collection.
DR WATSON'S MENAGE A TROIS
Holmes and Watson in a violent diasagreement over Mrs Hudson? Whatever’s going on?
DON'T MISS OUT!
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