Losing The Plot

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BERT, a twice-divorced crab-fisherman, ARTHUR, a semi-retired knicker-sniffer, CHUCK a C.I.A. part-time novelist, and DANNY, a down to earth stoner, are thrown together in a world where losing the plot seems the only way to get by.

 

…Until, that is, a terrorist’s bomb is planted in the freezer of their favorite fast-food joint…

 

This quirky tale of personal excess, failure, big-macs, aspirations, g-strings, and magic stirs our cast of eccentric characters around to combine a potent stew of combustible madness. LOSING THE PLOT is a post-modern meditation on the lives of four mildly deranged Westerners trying to make sense of their lives in an unknown land.

 

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Philip Willey was born in England in 1941. He had a confusing childhood that led to a confusing adolescence. After leaving school he worked in a bank before becoming a middle-class English beatnik. In the early sixties he hitchhiked around Europe and ended up in India. When he got back to London it was swinging. He became involved in the Pop world and the underground press. He has since written for numerous publications and published several books including one on William Burroughs (illustrated by Lyle Schultz) and one on John Lennon. Nowadays he lives quietly on a small farm on Vancouver Island writing the occasional art review and working on his memoirs.

 

Philip Wiley

Phillip willey was born in England in 1941. He had a confusing childhood that led to a confusing adolescence. After leaving school he worked in a bank before becoming a middle-class English beatnik. In the early sixties he hitchhiked around Europe and ended up in India. When he got back to London it was swinging. He became involved in the Pop world and the underground press. He has since written for numerous publications and published several books including one on William Burroughs (illustrated by Lyle Schultz) and one on John Lennon. Nowadays he lives quietly on a small farm on Vancouver Island writing the occasional art review and working on his memoirs.

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