Alan Hull writes about things he knows and has experienced, about madness, about love and fantasy. These poems, collected together over the years, reflect his experiences as a Geordie, as a nurse in a mental hospital, and in the sewers of the music industry. He's a talented artist, he's an ordinary kid who made good, he's a husband and a father - who better to articulate the aspirations, the despair - in short the vibes - of a pop culture that operates in a place the literary communicators don't even know exists. BW cartoons.
The book is in fairly good condition, with a few scratches, dents and marks on the back cover. The edges of the book are slightly worn, however, the pages themselves are otherwise fine.