This week Conor Woodman and Christopher Nicholson have both appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Here is Christopher Nicholson and his big signing queue.
(Photo: Juliet Pickering)
Mark Thomas appeared on BBC Radio 6Music’s Radcliffe and Maconie today. Listen again from 1:36:25.
‘“My War Gone By is a brutal yet sensitive story which addresses both the nature of addiction and the experience of war,” Hardy said. “I was struck by Anthony’s work and words, experiences, and for me his is an important voice and an important book.”’
It will be directed by Gavin O’Connor, who has said ‘how his involvement with the film was “love at first page”.
‘”It’s a book written with both fists. It’s Anthony’s Apocalypse Now. I feel privileged and honored for the opportunity to bring the book to the movies.”‘ (Esquire)
Linda Wilkinson had a fascinating interview with BBC London’s Robert Elms yesterday, focusing on the recent history of Columbia Road.
Listen again from 1.37: 30.
With thanks to Keggie Carew and Underhill Wood Nature Reserve for a very pleasant evening on the launch of Among the Summer Snows by Christopher Nicholson.
(Photo: Keggie Carew)
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