Lit Bits Live @ London Library Stacks
In which James Kidd and Adam Smyth, taking time out from composing their libretti, wander lonely as two clouds and ruin the hushed atmos of the London Library stacks. Finding themselves live and on air, they peruse the S.Agriculture shelfmark. Musings follow—on manure, Michael Gove, Fred Kitchen, and the need for books we’ll never read. Join in and join those dots. Gove and manure? Surely some mistake.
Stamp on withdrawal. Fines for late returns.
In the London Library, no one can hear you. Full stop.