Fortunes of the sea-sick

Author and lecturer Dan Taylor describes his Fortunes of the sea-sick. A zine for idle minds in his website as follows:

Produced at the end of 2009, after a long period of not writing, this marked a new style in some ways. It’s a mixture of gallows humour and po-faced ennui, featuring reviews of biscuits and South London caffs, a piano nocturne I composed for readers to play at home, fragments of poems by myself and my friend Nick Donohoe, and bitty shards on Tesco Express, Fish and Chip deities and a Burial and skunk-infused tale of being a Penge clerk.

We have a copy of it in our Folder 6: Library Catalogue

Black and white inside of 'Fortunes of the sea-sick' zine. Typewriter font text over a Japanese style illustration of the sea waves.

You can read Fortunes of the sea-sick in issuu. [accessed 15/4/2020]