Monthly Archives: December 2012

THE KENSINGTON MODERNISTS

THE KENSINGTON MODERNISTS A witty,¬†information-rich, psychogeographical stroll through the streets of Kensington along the ‘the Golden Mile of Modernism’. Rub shoulders with the giants of early 20th century English, Irish and American literature who all seem to have lived in … Continue reading

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SAVOY STEPS

Look familiar? Savoy Steps is the astonishing site where Dylan filmed the video for Subterranean Homesick Blues. I’d always assumed it was New York, but when I read that it was London, off Strand, I went hunting-gathering. Amazingly it was … Continue reading

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AN ARTHUR RIMBAUD DRIFT

AN ARTHUR RIMBAUD DRIFT is a poetic walk following the London trail of Arthur Rimbaud and his fellow poet Paul Verlaine, who first visited the English capital – which they called Leun Deun – in September 1872. The route goes … Continue reading

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