In Books, Events on August 24, 2012 at 7:24 pm
Sunday, September 2nd
From 2pm – 5pm
The Society Club
12 Ingestre Place, W1F0JF
Come and have a drink, chat with new friends and listen to some afternoon poetry at The Society Club – as we welcome Ian Parks, author of ‘The Exile’s House‘, just published by Waterloo Press
Described by Chiron Review as ‘the finest love poet of his generation’, Ian Parks has taught creative writing at Oxford and Leeds and is currently poetry editor at Litro. His poems have appeared in The Times Literary Supplement, The Observer, The Independent on Sunday, London Magazine, Poetry Review and have broadcast on BBC Radio 3. His collections include A Climb Through Altered Landscapes, Shell Island, The Cage, Love Poems 1979-2009 and The Landing Stage. His latest collection has already been hailed by writer David Cooke as ‘poetry which is universal, profound and as natural as breathing.’ He is a 2012 writer in residence at Gladstone’s Library and Writing Fellow at De Montfort University, Leicester.
In Books, Events on August 19, 2012 at 8:56 am
Join us for the launch of London’s most intimate monthly literary event. Featuring award-winning writers Evgenia Citkowitz, Will Cohu, Alison MacLeod and Hazel Osmond, hosted by Cathy Galvin and WordFactory.
Saturday, 25th August
12 Ingestre Place, Soho W1F0JF
£5 on the door
Wine, speciality drinks and books available on then night for purchase
RSVP strongly encouraged – space is limited!
In Books on August 18, 2012 at 10:35 am
Dame Daphne du Maurier is a favourite of ours – so much so – we have several early and first editions of her works for sale at our shop. Including this gem – a first hardcover edition of ‘The Apple Tree’ – her 1952 collection of stories and novellas – which includes the novelette ‘The Birds’.
Yes, did you know that du Maurier wrote the story that inspired the film The Birds?
The story was inspired by when du Maurier saw a man plowing a field while seagulls were diving above him …
(we’re always happy to hold or even ship books to you, if you can’t make it in to Soho – just give us a call at 02074371433 or email direct at firstname.lastname@example.org)