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TAXI TO WESTON GARDENS, PLEASE!

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I’m off now to the University of Limerick for Songs That Saved Your Life – A Two Day Symposium on Morrissey, which I’ll be writing about for The Ticket. Some of the scintillating lecture topics include Because I’ve Only Got Two Hands: Western Art Undercurrents in the Gestures and Poses of Morrissey and On The Problems of Being ‘Just Blindly Loved’: The Rhetoric of Fanaticism at Morrissey-Solo.com. (Yeah, cos those guys take the whole Morrissey thing waaay too seriously…)

I don’t know about you, but it sounds like fun, fun, fun to me!!!

April 24th, 2009.

3 Responses to “TAXI TO WESTON GARDENS, PLEASE!”

  1. Shakespeare's Sister Says:

    Hi Eoin, lovely to talk to you at the symposium – please be kind!

  2. Eoin Says:

    Its done and filed SS – you’ll have to read The Ticket in the Irish Times on Friday to see…

  3. SCHOOL’S OUT | Tripping Along The Ledge Says:

    [...] two reasons to be cheerful anyway. Before I go I should mention a couple of things. 1. My Morrissey symposium story appeared in the Ticket today. You can read it here. 2. The Lisa Hannigan story is in the Irish Times [...]

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