Early on Monday morning, Greenpeace protestors moved into position on the BP Headquarters in central London, blocking all 5 entrances and shutting down the office. Calum was there on the scene to find out what happened next and why?
We chat to Abi Gilchrist, lead singer of popular vintage band Miss Kiddy & the Cads. Mum-of-two Abi studied at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and was a classical singer before starting Miss Kiddy with husband, composer Ross Power. How did Miss Kiddy & the Cads get together? Miss Kiddy and the Cads was […]
Islington resident Suzanne Seddon’s debut novel deals with harrowing tales of domestic abuse. This fast-paced thriller also packs in high-octane, crime genre plot elements and in doing so reaches out to a readership who appreciate the more gritty, realistic read. She is a single mum who devoted all her free hours to writing this book […]
Novel London takes place every first Friday in the month and gives authors a platform for their recently published novels. These writers read first chapters from their work to an appreciative audience at Waterstones bookshop, Covent Garden and then face a Q & A. This introductory glimpse of their creative work is there to whet […]
Fixi London launched this anthology at the London Book Fair 14-16 March bringing a taste of South-East Asian creative talent to the capital. The varied work includes short stories, essays, poetry even a comic section setting it apart from your average anthology. The publishers admit to having a wide remit, claiming “we let the authors […]
An invite to a weekend screening of Audrey Hepburn classic Breakfast at Tiffany’s at the Harper Collins offices proved a little too hard to resist for an unashamed fan like myself. Organised in conjunction with BFI Love Fest it was to promote Lucy Holliday’s novel A Night In With Audrey Hepburn and took place at […]