litroI’m very pleased indeed to be making my second appearance in the hallowed pages of Litro, this time with “Piss and Patchouli” – described in the editorial as “a tale about a burned-out artist”. Don’t you just love it when someone else points out your own unconscious metaphor? It hadn’t even occurred to me, but it’s spot on. Can’t wait to get my hands on one of the print copies – of which there are apparently going to be 100000. Yes, that was indeed a one followed by five zeroes …

And if you want one yourself, they’re available free all over London at places like Foyles, Rough Trade and so on. Don’t forget to say “I know that bloke” when you ask for yours. The person behind the counter will be so impressed.

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2 Responses to “Piss and Patchouli”

  1. Laura on May 31st, 2010 4:13 pm

    I doubt that our editor could have possibly resisted using that metaphor for your story! I hope that you’re managed to pick a copy up by now – its a great issue (I’ll admit to being biased here).

    Laura Huxley
    Litro Online Editor

  2. admin on May 31st, 2010 4:45 pm

    Hi Laura – nice of you to drop in! Yes, I got my copy through the post, thanks, and I also picked up a couple more from Foyles to give to some friends :) Litro is an excellent magazine – long may it flourish!

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