Monthly Archives: October 2015

Chrissie Gittins on Between Here and Knitwear

Chrissie Gittins talks to us about her innovative sequence of semi-autobiographical stories, Between Here and Knitwear, published on 1st November 2015. These stories began in my mother’s mouth. She could weave a narrative from the slightest detail – apple wallpaper hung upside down, a hole knocked out of a brick wall to listen to next… Read more »

LitCrawl London

Fans of literary bar-hopping please join us for free this Friday in Peckham! LitCrawl was created by San Francisco’s Litquake Literary Festival in 2004, the idea being simply to turn a bar crawl into a scene of literary mayhem. Since then, LitCrawl has taken over neighbourhoods around the world London is no exception with galleries,… Read more »

The Life of ‘Country Life’ by Ken Edwards

Ken Edwards talks about his novel, ‘Country Life’, published by Unthank on the first of November 2015. I started writing the novel that became Country Life nearly 20 years ago. I’d just completed my first successful (in my eyes) novel, Futures, which had suffered a series of publishing setbacks before I brought it out under… Read more »