8th March 2022 zoom ‘Dystopian Women’ Stairwell Books
Dragonfly Eco Review of 'O Man of Clay'
27th Feb 2020: Radio Hartlepool 12noon till 1pm slot
BBC Radio Tees, on the blower with Bob Fischer at just after 8.45pm (1.40 to 1.52ish hours)
Bob Fischer on BBC Tees
Very jolly, if hairaising...
HARTLEPOOL MAIL STORY, 1ST FEB 2020
Book Launch in Hartlepool
It is great receiving a review, especially for a new author—and this one is in some depth and thoughtful. (From Waterstones website)
Paul Cockburn Review
HEXHAM TV 16th January 2020
HexhamTV 'O Man of Clay' Booklaunch
Thanks to Peter Woods of HexhamTV for livestreaming 'O Man of Clay' Booklaunch event at the Vault.
HEXHAM COURANT ARTICLE, 2nd January 2020
Thanks for your article Joe and The Courant team. The building of the igloo got a bit lost in translation - but I like it. Jonathan, my brother built it as an experiment and for fun. I was trying to say that we actually had winters then. No problem Joe if you read this: I like your version. As a sports writer, perhaps you were thinking of the past as a place where extreme sports were the norm!
BISHOP FM RADIO (BISHOP AUCKLAND)
Listen on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/bishopfm/eliza-mood
Gary Burgham (formerly of Friends of the Earth - Newcastle or Tyneside) interviewed me on the Bishop FM website:
An absolutely fascinating chat with writer Eliza Mood. Eliza joined us to talk about her debut novel, “O Man Of Clay” (published by Stairwell Books) – a story set in the not too distant future beginning in Hartlepool and taking us to the Arctic. It is a story rooted in climate change and packed with intrigue.
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