Partly as self-reminder, so that my cider and bubble & squeak stuffed brain doesn't entirely mislay them, soon to come here and at the other place in 2007 are the following, some of which have been a very long time in the gestation:
Orwell, against his Defenders and Adapters, which I have been talking about for at least a year: an attempt to de-Hitchensify Eric Blair, partly pre-empted by the Tomb's excellent piece on the essay 'Not Counting Niggers' but with a great deal more discussion of seediness and architecture and less of geopolitics;
Planning for Emptiness, a picture post of architectural drawings from town planners and architects of (mainly) Britain in mid-century: the projection of future space via strangely tapering depictions of families walking round pedestrian precincts and people calling each other from balconies;
Make Way for Winged Eros! (title via Alexandra Kollontai and subject to likely change) a discussion of the Anti-Sex League position of various Lacanians, likely involving another attempt to rehabilitate Wilhelm Reich and a breaking ranks from some under-argued orthodoxies (as by far the most interesting and argumentative of these proposals, this is the least likely to actually get written);
Jarvis Cocker is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, a critical exegesis of the bonus tracks of the recently reissued Pulp albums of the 1990s and the new solo LP.
Any other ideas please forward to the usual address. Picture at top from the Trunk site's somewhat Oedipal gallery of cooking glamour models of mid-century...