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BOOKSHOP STORIES. PART 3.YARBOROUGH HOUSE:A MANIC MEDITATION. BY STEVEN BENSON

There is a place called Yarborough House. It is a bookshop-cum-record-and café entity. It is in the struggling, slightly decaying town of Bishop’s Castle in the lorn lostness of Shropshire (“Clunton, Clunbury, Clungunford and Clun”). The town-if such is not … Continue reading

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THE HOTEL IS RE-BORN. DOCU-FICTION(OR WHATEVER!). BY STEVEN BENSON.

You might think the following essay- connected to this-  https://towardsutopia.wordpress.com/2018/04/14/the-hotel-a-ghost-story-by-steven-benson/ is fiction; you might not…. What is fact/what is fiction?…”fake news”… blurred lines…disingenuous narratives. In the following case, it may not matter; but then it MAY, because I would like to … Continue reading

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GAY/QUEER TRACE/ARCHIVE/CONSTELLATION. A PHOTO MIMESIS. BY STEVEN BENSON

Had to get Sebald in:”The Emergence of Memory” essays. “Loving Someone Gay”:All parents who struggle with their child’s sexual orientation should STILL read this book And, so, I curate these vestiges/remnants/traces: linking our gay past with our gay/queer present and … Continue reading

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LITTLE GREEN BUS, PART 6;STOPS UPON THE WAY TO A LA RECHERCHE: MY FIRST FLAT. BY STEVEN BENSON

Well the ability of this bus to carry me through,back to and alongside my memories, mainly from the 1980s, continues, slightly uncannily, to press itself on me. Going in the other direction, city centre bound, we passed Princes Gate East, … Continue reading

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