Monthly Archives: March 2013

James Holden: Pencils

Huw felt he was being subjected to death by presentation. At his age he frankly didn’t care for “achieving key message cascades through third party stakeholders”. He could read the words but found them unintelligible. How much this business had … Continue reading

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James Holden: Beds

The first bed they shared was in the flat he rented: a divan with sides that were covered in faded material. It had no headboard, and by the time he moved out discolouring on the wall showed where their heads … Continue reading

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