Greenwich Book Festival
Old Royal Naval College
Friday, 22 May 2015 from 7pm onwards
Paul Ewen (pictured), author of Francis Plug – How To Be A Public Author, recently longlisted for the Gordon Burn Prize is very proud to host an evening with three of the UK’s most unconventional writers, all working outside the literary ‘scene’.
Simon Crump is the author of four books, including My Elvis Blackout and Neverland. He is an internationally exhibited artist, and has lectured in fine art and photography.
Stewart Home has authored 15 published novels, one book of short stories, and six books of cultural commentary. He works across various aesthetic mediums, and has completed numerous one-man art shows.
Frank Key is a writer of comic fiction who, according to The Guardian, “can probably lay claim to having written more nonsense than any other man living”.
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