Disguised Messages – the relationship between dreams and narratives according to Freud’s theories of the unconscious by Jenny Fabian
Helen Donlon returns to the scene of Britain’s countercultural revolution in the company of the woman at the centre of it, the author of Groupie and A Chemical Romance – Jenny Fabian
In the debate about the use of identity cards, educationalist Duncan Prowse, a card-carrying opponent of the proposition, puts his case for London Grip.
What’s in a name? – Seeargh Macaulay considers some troubles with lingo
Ian Holling’s Sports Diary (scroll down for three years’ highlights)
How a South African invention stymies thieves by Dana Valdi
The following poems appeared in London Grip during 2009 under the poetry editorship of Robert Vas Dias . Poets appearing in this archive are: Tom Lowenstein Shanta Acharya David Chaloner Alex Josephy Fawzia Kane Jonny Reid Steven Nash
Archives 2009 Burlesque v. Geisha or democratising the erotic by Natalia Read
Helen Donlon interviews Jimi Mistry in Ibiza
A London Grip online exhibition – Taken by Storm Included are images for bands such as Led Zeppelin, Muse, Pink Floyd, Peter Gabriel, The Mars Volta, The Cranberries, Biffy Clyro, 10cc, Ian Dury, Offspring, Yes – and many others.
Museums: Hadrian / Babylon Duncan Prowse reviews new exhibitions at the British Museum, London, 2008 – 2009
Archive 2008 Museums Hadrian / Babylon Duncan Prowse reviews new exhibitions at the British Museum, London, 2008 – 2009 What is the connection between the Tower of Babel, Bob Marley, Thomas Hobbes, Blake, Psalm 137, commercial contract law, the 60 minute hour, the 360 degree circle and the American invasion of Iraq? Answer: Babylon.