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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Meaty in mourning

died from cancer, aged 64.
www.independent.co.uk/.../malcolm-mclaren-dies-aged-64-1939621.html Hello friends,
Once again I must apologize for my long absence. I vow to try to keep you all apprised of my adventures more frequently. Today is a sad day for me and for many because my controversial friend, Malcolm McLaren is gone. I am listening to "Madame Butterfly" and "Buffalo Girls" and reminiscing about the fun times he and I had in London. Soon I must pay a visit to Vivienne and share some memories and a bottle of Pernod with her.
Love Meaty
died from cancer, aged 64. www.independent.co.uk/.../malcolm-mclaren-dies-aged-64-1939621.html

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

An apology from Meaty

Sorry dear readers. I have been neglecting this blog this past week or so. I just got done with a meditation retreat. One solid week in utter silence. Now after such an experience you'd think I'd be fit to burst with things to say and this is what I'd anticipated. But the adverse occurred and I have become so accustomed to silence that even writing this is odd for me. Still, I had to let you guys know what I've been up to lately. Seems it may be nearly time for me to return to the Valley since the seasons are changing again. I very much want to attend A Meating at The New York Shop Exchange in Northampton this Friday evening. Be there from 6 to 8 pm and you may get to meet me.

Friday, February 26, 2010

A Meaty Greeting

Hello to all you snowdrenched New Englanders. Here in sunny St. Barthes I'm beginning to forget about the drifts of snow piled all 'round you but I am not without sympathy. I raise my Mojito to you and assure you that these frosty days will be long forgotten by the time you all come out for Cirque de Menthe. The sharper of you may already be prepared for a rather demented night.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

A Nasty Cold

Elizabeth, faithful editor of Meat for Tea, has a very nasty cold which has done little for her motivation to write. Sneezy and coughy is she.  So, I, Meaty, am filling in for her. I am traveling again and am en route to St. Barthes, where I typically Winter. This Winter, as all who were present at the last Cirque know, I felt compelled to lend a hand in Haiti before enjoying sun, sand, and umbrella drinks. Maybe I'll be able to catch up with my mate Keith, who often makes appearances at St. Barthes and who dined at The People's Pint with me, some 9 months ago. Despite his inability to order an entire bottle of whisky there, he very much enjoyed the food and drink he did have. We're experience a bit of turbulence up here and I'll have to sign off for now.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Snow Day

Even heavy drifts of snow have not gotten in the way of the continues growth of Meat for Tea. Indeed, it looks like the next issue will be one of the loveliest and most engaging yet, since a new, very talented pool of writers and artists, have joined with some of our regular contributors to create what looks like a very rich edition of the magazine. We are now in a tea cycle of the magazine and, in keeping with this, the upcoming issue will be themed "Mint." This refreshing edition will be released on May 8th, at The Elevens. Suitably the event will be called "Cirque de Menthe." Happy Valley Showdown finalists, Bela's Bartok, are already booked to play the show, Stay posted for other acts as they get booked.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

23 February 2010

This is the first day of the Meat for Tea blog. The place to follow all the meaty action connected to this publication. Today's blog will be short, unless I get a bunch of other stuff done. Stay tuned though, I promise lively reading coming soon.