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: valuable information directly to you about us and everything we have been doing. We aspire to fill this page with brilliance and wonder, though, on slow day, we may just end up reporting about the ducks on the ice. Whatever news we do print, one thing you can be sure of, is that we certainly will not be attempting to fill your heads with pointless opinionated political news casts.

NEW LAZY GRAMOPHONE BOOK RELEASE


• Sunday 14th Jun 2015
NEW LAZY GRAMOPHONE BOOK RELEASE!!!

The Book of Hours & Changes, by Sorana Santos

"A young woman attempts to demystify contemporary music to her lover through the art of poetry and letter-writing. Her words question the interplay between fate and free will.

 This book partners Sorana's album 'Our Lady of Stars' to form a multimedia work that explores the relationship between the written and sonic aspects of both literature and music."



BOOK & ALBUM LAUNCH EVENT: Monday 15th June, London.
Full details listed here:https://uk.patronbase.com/_Forge/Productions/RA/Performances

ALBUM AVAILABLE to pre-order from here: https://itunes.apple.com/.../al.../our-lady-of-stars/id995299185

BOOK AVAILABLE on general sale soon after the launch event via the Lazy Gramophone website: www.lazygramophone.com

Hedgespoken


• Wednesday 19th Nov 2014
Hedgespoken is a travelling off-grid theatre project based in Devon, UK. 

Help the brilliant Tom Hirons and Rima Staines turn a beautiful old Bedford RL truck into a spectacular venue for starlit storytellings, vagabond puppet circus and far more. 

Full details can be found on their Hedgespoken crowdfunder page. But don't hang around, they only have 12 days of fundraising left!

If you are as excited about this project as we are, then please do pass on their film  link to anyone who you think would appreciate it.: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hedgespoken 

Rima and Tom need to raise an estimated £25,000 in total to make this vision become a reality, and they cannot do it alone. This is where you get to play a part in their unfolding story by pledging what you can to make this dream happen, and by sharing this campaign far and wide! It is very exciting to think about the possibilities of a project like this being funded by the people to whom it will mean the most - the true grass-roots pledgers! 

This dream is being made out of lots of small donations from lots of people who believe in this magic as much as we do!

In fact, the wondrous Amelias Mag have even featured an interview with Tom and Rima. Follow this interview link to hear them speak about the inspirations and influences behind their project.

London's Litro Magazine Reviews Time:
'An ambitious collection of short fiction, poetry and art, Lazy Gramophone's Time dresses up genre-bending experimentalism in cinemascope, projecting it backwards and upside-down.'
Read the full piece here.

Sabotage Magazine Review Time


• Sunday 4th Aug 2013
"Time is a fascinating collection littered with not only wonderful literature but also fabulous illustrations that ultimately make it a credit to any book-lover's shelves."

Sabotage Magazine have written a wonderful review of our latest publication Time. Read the full article here.

Annexe Magazine Review Time


• Wednesday 17th Jul 2013
Annexe Magazine is a group of not so like-minded people, all with a love of story telling. They hope to create a place, both online and in print, in publication and in performance, where writing can thrive


"Lazy Gramophone's anthology Time lives up to the high bar it sets for itself."


."Most books try to create a story within a world. Time has attempted, and succeeded in, crafting an entire world around a story. No small feat!"

Musa Okwonga interviews Sam Rawlings about our latest publication, Time. 

Mat Lloyd talks to Rooms Magazine about spoken word, music, influences, Lazy Gramophone and Time.

Rooms Magazine Features Time


• Thursday 6th Jun 2013
We are very happy to announce that the ever brilliant Rooms Magazine have written a feature on our upcoming book, Time:

'Time is a treasure box brimming with creativity and fresh talent.' ~ Rooms Magazine.

You can read the full article here

The Scrimstone Circus Gospel


• Monday 3rd Jun 2013
Rima Staines talks Time in her extraordinary blog, The Hermitage.

Fabric Magazine Review Time


• Sunday 2nd Jun 2013
Fabric Magazine have written a wonderful review of our latest publication, Time:

'...we'll bet you've never seen time as it's portrayed in this stunning new publication.' ~ Fabric Magazine.

You can read the full review here  (p.39)
The Time book launch is set to take place in The Drink Shop & Do, 9 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DX, on Sunday 26th May 2013 from 15:30 - 23:00

Time Book Launch


• Saturday 1st Jun 2013
The Time book launch is to be held at London's The Drink Shop and Do on Sunday 26th May from 15:30 to 23:00. The Event is to be Free Entry. There will be a Gallery Display of images & text from the book, while the Lazy Gramophone Stall will be selling First Edition Copies of Time as well as various other works produced by our writers and artists. If you choose to stay with us all day then you will be treated to a number of Performances By the Book's Contributors (see timings below); though should you find yourself otherwise engaged, do feel free to drop by at any point during the day - even if only to have say hi, catch a performance and share a quick drink.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you all soon!


About the Time Project.

Time is a vast collaborative book project containing short stories, poems and artwork by fifty-five contributors. Since the project's inception, the idea has been to create an environment where independent writers and artists could come together in order to share their work. The result of this endeavour is a collection of stories, images and poems based around the theme of time, its pages placing particular focus upon the relationship between words and pictures. By sharing in this way we hope to inspire each other as well as those around us, to draw a diverse audience and so help to illuminate the work of alternative artists and writers everywhere.

Buy Time, by Kirsty Allison


• Saturday 1st Jun 2013
Kirsty Allison blogs about our Time project.
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