Pixi Morgan

Peacenik Pixi Morgan was at the vanguard of rebel society: Nomad, musician, protestor and punk, pagan. Christopher Stone sheds light on a bonafide fire starter, the frondeur spirit of nonconformity which characterised his existence now permeating coffeehouses and hipster hangouts throughout the land. Interview by Saira Viola Read the interview here: http://internationaltimes.it/pixi-morgan/

Stonehenge Byway

I parked my camper between two thorn trees on the Drove, just passed the crossing where the old A344 used to run, and spent the night there. In the morning there was a frost, despite the lateness of the season, with a thin mist rising in the hollows as the sun began to warm theContinue reading “Stonehenge Byway”

More about Pixi in the Trials of Arthur.

Not all the references to Pixi in the Trials of Arthur mention his name. The following is an extract from Chapter 18: Camelot (Of Cabbages and Kings). It describes life on a protest site, but actually refers to two incidents in which I observed Pixi, neither of which were on a protest site. The firstContinue reading “More about Pixi in the Trials of Arthur.”

Pixi Morgan obituary

My friend Neill Morgan, known as Pixi, died just shy of his 50th birthday. He was born on April 7th 1966, of Dee and Robert Morgan in Cardiff, South Wales. He leaves 7 children by a number of partners. Read more here: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/feb/17/pixi-morgan-obituary

In memory of Pixi Morgan

It was during this visit to Cardiff that CJ had met Pixi for the first time. He stayed for a few days, and then, on the Saturday night Steve and CJ went to a party at the house where Pixi was staying. He went by a variety of names in those days so you neverContinue reading “In memory of Pixi Morgan”

Stonehenge at sunrise – still as exciting as ever

I was at Stonehenge for the solstice morning sunrise again this year. You may know that I co-wrote a book a couple of years ago with the mad biker druid, King Arthur Pendragon, about the campaign to free Stonehenge for public access. Viewers may have seen Arthur on BBC2 on Saturday evening in a CultureContinue reading “Stonehenge at sunrise – still as exciting as ever”

King Arthur Pendragon at Stonehenge

It was back in 1986, before the name change. He was still plain old Johnny Rothwell then, a crazy-arsed barbarian from the Farnborough and Aldershot area, head of a gang of outlaw bikers, a death-defying trouble-maker, a rebel and a fighter, known as “King John” at the time, not because he had any aspirations toContinue reading “King Arthur Pendragon at Stonehenge”

The Trials of Arthur Revised Edition is a Brand New Book

Mog Ur Kreb Dragonrider When I first started work on The Trials of Arthur, people thought that I was crazy. If I told people about Arthur they would say, “so where are you meeting him then, in a mental institution?” It became a hard thing to justify. I’d been moderately successful in my writing career up tillContinue reading “The Trials of Arthur Revised Edition is a Brand New Book”

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