Tag Archives: Tangent Books

The Banksy Balls effect

Despite my, quite frankly, show stopping appearance in – arguably the best book ever – that critically acclaimed seminal work Home Sweet Home by Steve Wright, published by Tangent Books and available here and in all good book shops, I … Continue reading

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Kate Pollard

Sad news arrives that Totterdown community activist/whirlwind Kate Pollard died in hospital in Sydney on January 2nd after a long fight against cancer. Kate died with her family in Australia, which is where she wanted to be. Kate will be … Continue reading

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Super happy fun post

Anyone seen the Super Happy Fun Broadmead Colouring Book yet? By local artist Tom Plant, who’s based at Jamaica Street Studios, you even get a free grey crayon to colour it in with to help you “capture the utter greyness … Continue reading

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The Blogger breaks America!

It looks like The Blogger is set to succeed where Oasis and Robbie Williams failed and break America . . . The Blogger’s post yesterday on Tangent Books’ Banksy’s Bristol has virtually taken the US by storm or at least … Continue reading

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Tis the season . . . to cash in on Banksy!

The Blogger can EXCLUSIVELY reveal what Linda Hopkins will be putting in Gary’s stocking this Christmas. Surely it must be a copy of Tangent Books’ Banksy’s Bristol: Home Sweet Home? It’s written by Steve Wright who is – or so … Continue reading

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"The geese are flying south from Slimbridge early this autumn"

With a Bash the Rich march through Notting Hill – perhaps heralding the greatest resurgence of english anarchism in at least a generation – scheduled to take place precisely one month from now, has the publisher of Ian Bone’s Bash … Continue reading

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