Some years back, I saw Paul Weller on TV talking a book he’d apparently just re-read. That book was called Absolute Beginners, written by Colin MacInnes.
There is a lot of mod fiction around right now, with Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley being one of the more recent releases.
You have heard of Get Carter, but do you know much about, Ted Lewis, the man behind it? If you don’t, you might be interested in Getting Carter by Nick Triplow.
Kevin Pearce’s ode to mod and pop culture from the 1960s onwards is given a second viewing.
Claire Mahoney reviews Derek D’Souza’s new The Jam and a Vision of The Albion book of photos capturing the band its height.
I’ve been meaning to read Who The Hell Is Frank Wilson by Pete McKenna for some time. In the last week I finally got around to it.
Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
Claire Mahoney reviews the limited edition Ready Steady Girls book, which is devoted to the women of the mod scene.