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The Finsbury Park Stories
by Ian Young

London was a very different place in the early 1980s. Ian Young regales us with colourful stories about Finsbury Park, a neighborhood and its fascinating habitués long gone — stamp collectors, anarchist poets, and gay skinheads — resisting the dark forces of a Thatcherite government. Getting lost is the best way to learn about Finsbury Park.

In London Skin & Bones, a corner of the past comes alive, regenerates flesh and muscle, and throws on a coat (with a freshly–rolled joint tucked in its pocket) to wander a neighbourhood populated by an unlikely, diverse tribe of friends who weave in and out of stories with familiarity so warm you’ll wonder if these tales came from your own memory – or your own dreams.

140 pages, paperback

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Author Ian Young
Publishers Squares & Rebels
Year of Publication 2017

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LONDON SKIN & BONES
The Finsbury Park Stories
Ian Young

London was a very different place in the early 1980s. Ian Young regales us with colourful stories about Finsbury Park, a neighborhood and its fascinating habitués long gone — stamp collectors, anarchist poets, and gay skinheads — resisting the dark forces of a Thatcherite government. Getting lost is the best way to learn about Finsbury Park.

In London Skin & Bones, a corner of the past comes alive, regenerates flesh and muscle, and throws on a coat (with a freshly–rolled joint tucked in its pocket) to wander a neighbourhood populated by an unlikely, diverse tribe of friends who weave in and out of stories with familiarity so warm you’ll wonder if these tales came from your own memory – or your own dreams.

140 pages, paperback

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LONDON SKIN  & BONES

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The Finsbury Park Stories
by Ian Young

London was a very different place in the early 1980s. Ian Young regales us with colourful stories about Finsbury Park, a neighborhood and its fascinating habitués long gone — stamp collectors, anarchist poets, and gay skinheads — resisting the dark forces of a Thatcherite government. Getting lost is the best way to learn about Finsbury Park.

In London Skin & Bones, a corner of the past comes alive, regenerates flesh and muscle, and throws on a coat (with a freshly–rolled joint tucked in its pocket) to wander a neighbourhood populated by an unlikely, diverse tribe of friends who weave in and out of stories with familiarity so warm you’ll wonder if these tales came from your own memory – or your own dreams.

140 pages, paperback