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LeftLion Magazine #57

31 January 14 words: Magazine

Don't Flop, Youthoracle, NG83, Switch Studios, Arse Full of Chips, The Beards, Crytek, Danny John Jules, Paul Kaye on Sid Vicious and more

LeftLion Issue 57
LeftLion Magazine Issue 57
 
LeftEyeOn
LeftEyeOn

Herbert Kilpin
Herbert Kilpin

Heads Up
Nonsense from Nottingham

LeftEyeOn
Getting snap happy in the Hood

In Focus: Arse Full of Chips
The rudest named band in town are let loose with a camera

I Had A Carriola, The Ruota Fell Off
AC Milan. Yeah, we’re taking credit for that.

Freedom of Speech
Don’t Flop - the battle rap league where anything goes

Bar-hemian Rap Story
The Notts emcee, Youthoracle, on how no one understands him

Raving Loony Monster Painter
Children’s book illustrator Nicola Robinson puts her pens down

I May Not Be A Lady...
...but I’m all WoLAN.

Breaking Bad
Claude Knight tells us about his breaking documentary, NG83

Hirsute You, Sir
The Beards on beards

Anarchy in the Paul K
Paul Kaye, waxing lyrical about Sid Vicious

Switch Board
We mourn the best billboard in town

Book Your Ideas Up
Celebrating the pages that inspire

The Rubber Band
Airheads on their inflatable army

Leaps and Bounds
We chased down some of Notts’ free runners

Ba-ba-ba-ba-barbershop
No straw boaters here

Art Works
Alan Moore immortalised, and a rather dark midlife crisis

Silicon Valleh
Cryteks’s Karl Hilton tells us about Nottingham’s hidden gaming gem

Listings
A section so fat, it’s got its own contents page

Write Lion
A guide to self-publishing, and words about words

Pip Pip Hooray
The hardest working woman in Notts literature takes a break

Reviews
Twelve cuts from Notts

Noshingham
Food glorious food

Rocky Horrorscopes
Plus The Arthole, Notts Trumps, LeftLion Abroad and Strelleyation

Switch Studios
Switch Studios

 

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