“When good Americans die, they go to Paris.”
Wilde may not have been an American, but he was good (and his words and work are still a source of inspiration). Oscar Wilde died penniless at the Hôtel d'Alsace, Paris, 30th November 1900, three years after being exiled from England.
ZANI and Old Dog Publishing Book Launch Party Crafty Cigarette, at The Spice of Life, London W1 2nd Oct 2015Written by Oscar De Paul
ZANI and are getting a few bands together, to play some cracking live music to celebrate the official Countdown release of ZANI editor Matteo Sedazzari's debut novel A Crafty Cigarette, Tales of A Teenage Mod.