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Cunt Lickers Anonymous

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Short story by Stewart Home published in a series of artist editions by Matthew Higgs.
Paperback, 16 pages
Published 1996 by Imprint 93
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Stewart Home (born London 1963) is an English writer, satirist and artist. He is best known for novels such as the non-narrative "69 Things to Do with a Dead Princess" (2002), his re-imagining of the 1960s in "Tainted Love" (2005), and more recent books such as "Mandy, Charlie & Mary-Jane" (2013) that use pulp and avant-garde tropes to parody conventional literature. His unusual approach to wr ...more
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