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Rob Doyle
Propaganda organ for Rob Doyle, author of THRESHOLD, THIS IS THE RITUAL and HERE ARE THE YOUNG MEN, all published by Bloomsbury.
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Rob Doyle May 27
Taking another possibly long break from Twitter so I won't see messages here. I'm reachable on all the other channels.
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @frednietzsche11
He gets around, old Norman. I later realised my own dream had had its origins in this dubious Instagram gag I’d posted a day or two prior:
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @ancientlyric
Sure. Zoom could be the ticket. Or happy to wait too - whatever you reckon is best I’ll go along.
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Rob Doyle May 21
No no no, just the illusion of such! But I do think it’s more fun, I think it’s no more or less shallow than this but it’s a less evil place. (Here the shallowness is carcinogenic whereas there it’s relatively harmless.)
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @ancientlyric
Wise enough to know better
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @ancientlyric
It was... a relief to wake up from it. Not even going to hazard a guess at what if anything it means.
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @NiallCarver
We'll get there yet!
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @IDemiGod1
Not my cup of tea!
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @RositaSweetman
All true!
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @OisinFagan
Fair play Oisín. Far less glamorously, your novel was kicking off on my family WhatsApp group as a must-read-in-times-of-pestilence.
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Rob Doyle May 21
Enjoy Daragh!
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Rob Doyle May 21
Replying to @SiculusDiodorus
That’s great to hear Brian, sincerely. Thanks a million!
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Cursed Murphy May 21
Hoping it won't be long before we get to do this again. Meanwhile, a rerun for anyone who missed it: our podcast with , shortly after the publication of Threshold. With thanks to all at Wexford Arts Department, and .
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Rob Doyle May 20
Replying to @BarryNorton @kcrw and 2 others
Will check out the GG ep!
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Rob Doyle May 20
'I've been turning over a piece of advice from my friend Rob Doyle who, last summer, pronounced that every Saturday night not spent at KitKatClub in Berlin is a night wasted.' My mates and I brought Geoff Dyer out and he wrote it up for the Telegraph
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Rob Doyle May 20
Replying to @BarryNorton @kcrw and 2 others
You’re very welcome, Barry. A hell of an archive on there, including absorbing interviews with WG Sebald and other giants. Enjoy!
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Rob Doyle May 20
Replying to @noel_storey
A fine idea, though be sure to return there around late September and enjoy that Manna from heaven 🍄
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Rob Doyle May 20
Replying to @cooketim2
Hope you enjoy it Tim, and remember, if it’s not to your taste you can still have fun distracting people on the street by shining at them with the reflector-foil cover from a first floor window.
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Rob Doyle May 16
Replying to @ggrace1984
But who is that person?? I hope it’s a good rich strong IPA.
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Rob Doyle May 16
The hallucinations of a full-on DMT trip and, to a lesser extent, ayahuasca trips, often seem to me to be permeated by futurist, pristine, weird-tech imagery, a sort of sci-fi hieroglyphics.
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