Thanks to Sarah for this great photo taken during an interesting chat that I was privileged to have been a part of at Turner Contemporary, Margate on Saturday. Following my reading of ‘The Holborn Cenotaph’ earlier in the day, I took part in this conversation with Iain Sinclair and Simon Smith, in which we traced literary routes between Cannon Street Road, London E1, and Margate sands—via ‘The Holborn Cenotaph’, and the chronicler of the Kentish underground David Seabrook. This was all part of the Venice Agendas 15 event at Turner Contemporary that was put on in partnership with Work in Progress and the Waugh Office. A great day.
The next outing for satirical short ‘The Holborn Cenotaph’ is as part of A Beast in View: an evening of satire in poetry and prose on Saturday 5 December at The Room, London. I will be reading alongside some great writers, namely Courttia Newland, Holly Hopkins and The Room’s host Anthony Howell. It should be a good one. Do come along if you fancy ;)