Wednesday, April 23, 2008

London peeps, there's a very cool Pulp Net event on TONIGHT

Were I able to organise baby-siting and so on I would be there with bells on (but without the bells, cos it'd be rude to be jingle jangling.)


tonight: Fiction at the Newsroom with James Meek & Gordon Burn


Authors James Meek and Gordon Burn have placed news at the heart of their current novels We Are Now Beginning Our Descent (Canongate) and Born Yesterday (Faber). Tonight they read short sections from and talk about the writing of their novels with Lane Ashfeldt, in the appropriate surrounds of the Newsroom.

"Gordon Burn is right. The news is now a novel" Mark Lawson

A small number of tickets will also be available on the door. Online ticket sales.

When: Wed 23 April, 6.45pm.

Where: Newsroom, the Guardian and Observer Archive and Visitor Centre, 
60 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3GA. Map

A Pulp Net event in association with the Newsroom, Faber and Canongate

Doors open to the Newsroom gallery exhibition 6.30pm - a retrospective of photojournalism by Guardian photographer Don McPhee.


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