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Where is my mind? An illustrated account of the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 book

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68 pages long, featuring illustrations of shows such as ACMS, Gein's Family Giftshop, Mark Watson's Festival of Bad Ideas, Amusical and a bunch of solo stand-up hours, performed in 14 different venues across Edinburgh.

"Where is my mind?
In a bustling bar, sorting through a
collection of flyers before queueing
for the fourth show of the day, having
two conversations at once and trying
to retain every face, sight, smell*
and turn of phrase in some sort of
mental filing cabinet to look over
sometime in the indeterminate future.

This is a collection of illustrations
inspired by everything and everyone
I saw at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.


*Except that of the Hive.
I wish I could purge that
particular memory from
my forever tainted nostrils."
68 pages long, featuring illustrations of shows such as ACMS, Gein's Family Giftshop, Mark Watson's Festival of Bad Ideas, Amusical and a bunch of solo stand-up hours, performed in 14 different venues across Edinburgh.

"Where is my mind?
In a bustling bar, sorting through a
collection of flyers before queueing
for the fourth show of the day, having
two conversations at once and trying
to retain every face, sight, smell*
and turn of phrase in some sort of
mental filing cabinet to look over
sometime in the indeterminate future.

This is a collection of illustrations
inspired by everything and everyone
I saw at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.


*Except that of the Hive.
I wish I could purge that
particular memory from
my forever tainted nostrils."

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Where is my mind? An illustrated account of the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 book

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