Arachne Press popup stall in Forest Hill TODAY

If you are in South East London TODAY, we have a stall at the Vocal Chords gig (Songs from the Sea) at St Saviours Church, Brockley Rise SE23 1JN from 3-5pm

Raising money for the Mission to Seafarers, £5 on the door, come and buy a pre-publication (signed) copy of Devilskein & Dearlove, and listen to us sing some lovely songs.

 

CityRead April 2013

Stations Cover. Image copyright Gail Brodholt

Stations Cover. Image copyright Gail Brodholt

Cityread London (1)

Cityread London is a Library based campaign to spread a love of books and reading to the widest possible audience throughout our capital. Happily the key book is Sebastian Faulks’ A Week in December and the theme this year is transport in the capital, which means we, and Stations, fit right in!
Join us at one of our Cityread events:

CityRead Stations at Forest Hill Library Thursday 18th April 2013 7pm

CityRead Stations at Coulsdon Library   Cancelled

Cherry Potts on panel for CityRead discussion at Ealing Library Saturday 27th April 2013 2.30pm

CityRead Stations at Gayton Library, Harrow Tuesday 30th April 2013 7pm

Peter Morgan and Caroline Hardman talk about their stories for STATIONS

Two more Stations Authors give us the low down on their stories.

Stations Reading at Canvas and Cream

Stations Cover. Image copyright Gail Brodholt

Our first readings are getting booked for Stations.  As a response to the 23 stations that inspired the book, we are trying to organise a reading as close to each station as we can get. Will this ambition be achieved? If you run a venue close to one of the featured stations or know someone who does, please get in touch!

So: the Forest Hill reading is at
Canvas & Cream,
18 London Road, Forest Hill, SE23 3HF
on Wednesday 28th November 2012, 7-9pm which is technically before the book is published, but they are busy folk and its when they could fit us in.

Featured writers:

Peter Morgan (Forest Hill)
Jacqueline Downs (Crystal Palace)
Paula Read (Honor Oak)
Joan Taylor-Rowan (Anerley)
Andrew Blackman (Sydeham) Read by Cherry Potts

Join us for stories of a strange don-like creature haunting a station, a local museum that houses more than exhibits, homelessness and home baking, a lesson on the birds and bees, and a missed chance at love.