Posts by Jon Day

Who’s hu

Flu Camp

Stabbed with a Towel

The Loebner Prize

In the City

If not a scrapyard then where?

At Dale Farm

In Hackney

Out of the Dark

The Tour de France

In Old Palace Yard

The Rally against Debt

Better Cooking through Chemistry

‘Modernist Cuisine’

The Medium Obscures the Message

Photographing Dissent

Invasion of the Boris Bikes

Boris Bikes

Bizarre Feedback Loop

The Cheque's on a Bike

Bags of Blood

The Tour de France

Stately, plump M. mycoides

Genetic Criticism

Sub-Contractual

Security Procedures

Waiting at Embassies

Alleycats

Urban Fox Hunting

‘Cripes look out!’

Encounters Boris Johnson

Chartered Streets

Has His Bike Clamped

Freewheeling

Freedoms of the Medium Distance Cycle Courier

The Crying of Lot 49

on Being a Bike Courier

Read more by Jon Day on the LRB website.

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