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4 May 2016
Literally 42

Last year we announced the closure of the Pet Shop Boys Club while confirming that the official PSB magazine, Literally, would continue to be published but on an annual basis. We are pleased to announce that issue 42 of Literally will be shipping next week to any former club members who are still owed issues under the terms of their membership.

For everyone else, the new issue of the magazine is available to purchase directly from the store on this site, price £7.50 plus postage and packing. Highlights of this new 56-page Literally include detailed interviews with Neil and Chris about the creation of the new Super album plus a diary of its writing and production, an interview with Super producer Stuart Price, exclusive photos, news and behind-the-scenes reports, and a selection of your letters answered.

Click on the link below or go to the store to order your copy now.

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