Event: The Kew Bookshop, 30th Birthday celebrations, 2pm, Friday 11th October, 1-2 Station Approach Kew TW9 3QB
I will be appearing at the Kew Bookshop as part of their 30th Birthday celebrations at 2pm on Friday 11 October.
Full schedule of all the events here:
Read online here:
More information on buying in the USA and Canada here:
Signed copies of the book currently available in store.
More information here:
View the set via Flickr here
For press enquiries please contact:
Mel Odusanya at White Lion Publishing email: email@example.com tel 0207 284 9362
Soho Fete pictures click here via Flickr
Picture: Interviewing Jeremy Deller and Nick Abrahams after the screening of Our Hobby is Depeche Mode at Regent St Cinema
Event: A Walk in the Park talk, Monday 24th June, 7pm, Society of Lincoln’s Inn Council Room (at the North end of the Great Hall) Lincoln’s Inn, London, WC2A 3TL
Free but register by Eventbrite here:
Full set here on Flickr :
I will be appearing at the Stoke Newington Festival this weekend, playing some records in the Budvar Tent and talking about stuff elsewhere.
The full programme is up here:
Picture: Interviewing Pete Wiggs and Sarah Cracknell from Saint Etienne and Anthony Wall and Mary Dickinson from BBC Arena at the Regent St Cinema
‘In the latest programme of the monthly series, Mishal Husain introduces dispatches from journalists and writers around the United Kingdom that reflect the range of contemporary life in the country.
Martin Vennard in Saltburn reveals how surfing has improbably helped revive the fortunes of the once-proud Victorian resort on Tees-side; while Travis Elborough taps a surf music beat in Worthing where a 50 year-old musical phenomenon is garnering new fans.’
Event: Talking about diaries with Anita Sethi, Thurs, 23rd May, 6.30 pm, West Library, Islington, Bridgeman Road, N1 1BD
Free but to book a place see here
Full details here:
I will be interviewing a few people at this year’s Laugharne Festival, more details here:
Event: A Walk in the Park talk, 21 February, 7.30pm, Upper Norwood Library, 37 Westow Hill, SE19 1TJ
More info here:
Free but to book a place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture: Talking about diaries with Virginia Ironside, Anita Sethi, Simon Garfield & Dickon Edwards at the British Library
Event: Diaries: Lives and Times with Simon Garfield, Anita Sethi and Virginia Ironside et al, 7pm, 5 February, The British Library, Euston Road, NW1 2DB
‘Explore some of the most intriguing diaries of the last 100 years
Dickon Edwards, Simon Garfield, Virginia Ironside and Anita Sethi join host Travis Elborough, whose many books include Our History of the 20th Century: As Told in Diaries, Journals and Letters. Introduced by curator Joanna Norledge.’
‘Travis Elborough writes about a wide range of subjects with originality, learning and charm. Atlas of the Unexpected (White Lion), one of his several books this year, is also seductively beautiful: an inspiring, dream-inducing guide to almost four dozen “haphazard discoveries, chance places and unimaginable destinations”, few of which are in Britain. ‘
Listen online here: