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Henderson Downing

Cornish writer and musician Henderson Downing currently lives in London. An award-winning haiku poet, he has written for various literary journals and small press magazines. He is a founding member of Fol, plays his own style of 'lazy drums' for misfit pop-rockers The Colonies, and splits his part-time working world between a leading architectural school in Bloomsbury and a misleading bookstore in Notting Hill.

contributions

stars, dots and the new junk 08.06.2013
Alys in the Cities 07.19.2010
Bullets Over Baker Street 05.13.2010
Radio Mania: File Under Section 15 06.02.2009
Septuagenarian Stew 10.17.2008
Psycho Buildings: Disney's Dream Debased 07.10.2008
Renegade: The Lives and Tales of Mark E. Smith 06.17.2008
Run London Run: From Hitler to the Smurfs 04.16.2008
The Euston Road School of Drug- Dealing 07.12.2007
Forget Lost: Found, Shared 05.21.2007
A Coney Island of the Mind 03.08.2007
Freddie Mercury's Dominion 10.19.2006
The Master Musicians of Joujouka 09.13.2006
A Wild Sheep Chase 06.20.2006
The Wonderful and Frightening World of The Faller 05.26.2006
Tomb Raider 05.16.2006
A Brief History of the Boudoir Boys 03.23.2006
Woody Allen At His Worst 02.10.2006
2005: An Architectural Odyssey 01.15.2006
Where's Banksy? 11.16.2005
Top Ten Movie Architects 10.18.2005
Frank Gehry Goes To Hollywood 09.30.2005
Serpentine No. 5 08.31.2005
Frida Kahlo: A Ribbon Around A Bomb 07.14.2005
Bottle-Banking For Beginners 07.01.2005
Kuba 06.16.2005
Eisenman's Field Of Memory 05.22.2005
Rabbits In An Expanded Field 04.28.2005
Only Make-Believe: Ways of Playing 04.13.2005
Fishing With Lee 04.01.2005
Jake Chapman In Conversation 03.04.2005
Demolition Times 03.01.2005
Going Underground 02.16.2005
Smash It Up 02.07.2005
Monumental Johnson 02.04.2005

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