Avid Guardian readers may have noticed that the book Dorian went off to write, about protest songs, is to be published shortly. The timing could not be more apt, as the middle east is in turmoil, and angry demos against the cuts take place in England somewhere every day. The clever title is “33 revolutions per minute”, and the book will be out in paperback on 3rd March. It’s £9 on Amazon, or much better value in a real bookshop. If you protest enough, there might still be one or two libraries left to borrow it from.
There’s an article by Dorian about the first protest song HERE