A narrative, conveyed with the assistance of Vince Noir, of how Howard Moon realised she was a woman, and what was done about it.Continue reading
An alternative universe story set in Soho and the London music hall during the 1890sContinue reading
Maverick-about-town and colon: adventurer though he may be, Howard starts to realize one morning that he is woefully underprepared to deal with the greatest challenge that has ever crossed his path.
Murderous Cockney geezers? Pfft. Transgendered psychotic mermen? No problem. Vicious urban foxes? Piece of cake. Best friend laying naked on you in a bathtub?
… better come back to that last one.Continue reading
Lolling about in a park on a sunny day, Howard manages to drown himself in angst. Will Vince set aside his epic daisy chain and commence the CPR procedure?Continue reading
The Spirit of Jazz has come back for Howard.Continue reading
It’s not worth wasting all of your time over someone who doesn’t fancy you back. Or is it?Continue reading
“There’s this big rabbit and he’s huge, he’s like 6 foot, right, and he’s got this massive face and, I mean, it doesn’t matter where you are, right, you could be wherever, could be by a windmill, it doesn’t matter…” Vince teaches Howard how to play Pelt the Rabbit in his Big White Face.Continue reading
Writing things down was supposed to help you remember, wasn’t it?Continue reading
Julian Barratt/Russell Brand. Inspired by Julian and Noel’s appearance on Russell Brand’s 1 Leicester Square, and before at The Secret Policeman’s Ball. I saw sparks.Continue reading
Howard/Mrs Gideon. Why Mrs Gideon never recognises Howard Moon. The whole, sex-drenched story. Read on!Continue reading
The long-forgotten fairytale version of how Noel met Julian.Continue reading
Howard, Vince, Naboo and Bob Fossil take a works outing to the sleepy town of Silent Hill. It goes about as well as can be expected. A/N: You don’t need to have played the games or seen the film to understand this – no unusual characters are mentioned. Except monsters.Continue reading