Suhayl Saadi (Psychoraag) said in an interview recently: “…I didn’t want a curry cover. I didn’t want this woman dancing in a sari, or a DJ playing records. It’s been done and that’s not what the book is about.” (It’s an interesting interview. It describes him as “a cross between Irvine Welsh”–Saadi lives in Scotland–and “Salmon Rushie”. I dunno, Salmon Rushie: sounds a bit fishy, eh?)
We liked Saadi’s reference to curry covers so much that we went out looking for them. Since we’re still getting used to Blogger’s photobot, you’ll have to scroll down to the first sari picture and read upwards. I know, I know, it’s a mess–what can I say except that I’m terribly sari it’s all gone sarong.