Black Prince, Jim Stewart
Jim Stewart

Black Prince

Maurice James Stewart-Addison: 1932–2012. Jim pursued a successful career in the theatre, was the founder of Fetters, established a playroom and workshop at “40 Fitz” and created the Houdini Connections website to bring together information and ideas. Directly and indirectly, Jim did much to maintain essential individual freedoms and gave wise counsel to a great many people, he continues to give “permission to play”. Black Prince is a story about the slick, sensual fabric used for bike waterproofs “in the old days”. It is remembered with lustful enthusiasm as the author vividly describes the watching, wanting, wearing and eventually getting trussed-up in this unique motorcycle gear. The sight, smell, feel and sound of being encased in heavily pungent material comes alive off the page.
25 printed pages
Original publication



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