This is the final post in our week-long celebration of the Return of Derek Raymond. It is also the most powerful. The audio recording below is taken from the final… Read more »
A black train. The brief selection of audio we have today comes once again from the series of interviews done by Cathi Unsworth (Bad Penny Blues, The Singer) on her… Read more »
In the late nineties, writer and Derek Raymond-protege Cathi Unsworth hosted a week-long radio series called “The Dark End of The Street,” which explored the story behind Raymond’s career. The… Read more »
The life of Robin Cook, aka Derek Raymond, in ten occasionally seedy slides.
Thou’rt slave to Fate, chance, kings, and desperate men, And dost with poison, war, and sickness dwell, And poppy, or charms can make us sleep as well, And better… Read more »
To celebrate our launch of The Factory Series — four seminal crime novels from the “godfather of British noir,” Robin Cook, aka Derek Raymond — we present ten of the… Read more »
In the five noir masterworks that comprise Derek Raymond’s superb Factory Series (He Died With His Eyes Open, The Devil’s Home On Leave, How The Dead Live, I Was Dora… Read more »