“Officially the ‘Gentleness’ issue, Clod Magazine edition 31 arrives in time to commemorate thirty years of this UK publication.
This issue seeks details of further ‘bright ideas’ from UK Brexiteers, and calls for an updated and contemporary version of the board game "Cluedo,” (“no-one has a ballroom anymore, and cholesterol tends to be a bigger killer than short lengths of lead pipe.”)
Dark Jeans announces in his “Fasion” pages that ‘gentrification’ is OUT, while “re-arranging deck chairs on the Titanic” is IN.
He also gives advice on how to successfully use a variety of brushes, aswell as insisting that wearing a pencil behind each ear is the new look.
The hair-style of tennis player Novak Djokovic receives attention in the article “A Severe Lack of Imagination” by feature writer Mike Levelbadges.
Learn ‘How to Moan’ with Elliot Smoke, and enter the twisted mind of boat builder Peter Fantasy (“Mind of a Genius”).
More magazines receive their reviews from Clod stalwarts J. Hackson and Elliot Smoke, and there is even a free copy of “Milk First” magazine included.
Albert Randé provides the poetry, while Giles Waterman is the ‘disconsolate Facebooker’ forever condemned to soul-lessly trawling around his home town of Luton.“ —CLOD Magazine