INTERPLAY FOUNDER PUBLISHES MEMOIR
Interplay was founded by Carry Gorney in 1970. We are very pleased to announce that she has released her memoirs Send me a Parcel of a Hundred Lovely Things.
The book describes her neat drip-dry childhood of the fifties in grey northern drizzle and how that was counterbalanced by her aunties’ rainbow knitting, her granny’s cakes and her father’s retreat into music.
Wearing rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, she takes us through the seventies counter-culture, into the creative and imaginative spaces lying between her peer group of artists and the inner city neighbourhoods where they danced in street processions, made videos and invited children to sculpt the creatures of their dreams.
We cannot wait for our copy to arrive and find out more!