JOINT EVENT: PRE-LAUNCH of O Man of Clay by Eliza Mood and LAUNCH of The Chernobyl Privileges by Alex Lockwood
'O Man of Clay' was previewed on the 6th December 2019 prior to its launch on 16th January 2020. Alex Lockwood and I read extracted from our books at an event held in Barnard Castle at the Guild room, the Parish hall of St. Mary's Church.
The evening was hosted by No. 5 Coffee
Shop and Curlews Books - a wonderful bookshop with an imaginative proprieter: second hand and new, sofas
and table and coffees in lively surroundings with a hum of talk and much going
on. The occasion was the Christmas meeting of Teesdale Action on Climate
Transition. As well as readings from the two books, my editor, Rose Drew of Stairwell books chaired a talk about the
contribution literature might make to the climate debate among other matters: Alex, Rose and I talked and the audience got involved. School gardens were raised and dug over.
Robin Dale sang some great Teesdale songs by Graeme Miles - including Sea Coal
and Greatham Marshes. An interesting evening. (I will add a picture soon.)
If you haven't yet read the Chernobyl Privieges by Alex Lockwood, I urge you to do so: a great read, a gradual and meticulously structured build up, a compelling story with powerful resonances. (Coverpic. soon if I can get one in a compatible format).
Novel 'O Man of Clay.' After sea-level rise. https://www.stairwellbooks.co.uk/
- Eliza Mood, novel 'O Man of Clay,' Stairwell Books, 2020
- County Durham, United Kingdom
- 'O Man of Clay,' set in Hartlepool and Siberia in the near future while the tundra is thawing and the sea level rising, was published in January 2020 by Stairwell Books.
Wednesday, 18 December 2019
Launch Barnard Castle, 6th December
Labels: Alex Lockwood, Hosted by No. 15 Coffee Shop and Curlews Bookshop, Launch, Stairwell Books, Teesdale Action for Climate Transition
'O Man of Clay,' set in Hartlepool and Siberia in the near future while the tundra is thawing and the sea level rising, was published in January 2020 by Stairwell Books.
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