One Enchanted evening in Whites: so, let us start honestly, without indulging in faux ideological one-upmanship, or casually pretending that back-in-the-day I sat in snug splendour upon a warm seat of influence as a committee member in the Comintern; or even gigged as junior editor of Lotta Continua. I did, but that’s a whole new scandal, a cast of … Continue reading Yob
In a mall, pressing against those glass exteriors fronting numerous interchangeable shops; it could be an emporium dedicated to exclusive Provençal face cream- whatever, I stare inside like a piqued Martian. Part of the reason I’m outside involves exogenous factors: born into a small family flat, rented by unhappy parents, battling, blaming, adventurously polygamous, accusatory, uneducated, … Continue reading Window Shopping with l’Étranger
Sent from my iPhone, so please excuse brevity, spelling & punctuation Sent from my iPhone whilst dieting, so please excuse an 8-point-font Sent from my iPhone during a senior moment, so with all due respect Missy- excuse spelling & punctuation Sent from my iPhone clad head-to-toe in hard-wearing corduroy whilst tuning pianoforte along the Cotswold Way, so pitched perfectly- excuse punctuation … Continue reading Sent from my iPhone
Electroman is forever here to save our universe from unrelenting obliteration. He’s travelled through valleys of death, survived chasms of fire, & scaled snowy mountains. Marked sigils engraved across his chest pay tribute to derring-do, unparalleled bravery, showing no concern for his personal safety. Only the majesty of Electroman can avert the inevitable. Flashing through … Continue reading Electroman
Ben seems to be the only living person on the planet and the dead are really getting on his nerves. But then he discovers he may not be alone. Can Ben find love among the dead or will death find him first? Another Perfect Day in Fucking Paradise is the fifth novel (or first novella) … Continue reading Another Perfect Day in Fucking Paradise
The first shipment of Sanctioned, the new novel by Chris Page, has arrived. Anyone wanting to get a copy from the author rather than Amazon can email psipook at psipook dot com.
Chris Page is interviewed by his own sock puppet on novels, writing, Weed, underpants, Nobel prizes, and, you know, stuff.