Category Archives: launch

Any Human Face launch

Any Human Face had its official UK launch yesterday evening in the Travel Bookshop, a place I wholeheartedly recommend for all your reading needs should you be in or near Notting Hill, and probably worth a specific trip for. (It … Continue reading

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(Whoops! Sorry. Wrong photograph…) …that Clarissa and I weren’t reading to an empty room at my launch last week.

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Go, little monster

Well, it’s launched. In Rome, at least. My dear friend, Paola, lent me her studio, Dermot from the Almost Corner Bookshop arrived with two large boxes of copies, the fridge was filled with wine, the pizza bianca was hot from … Continue reading

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Rome launch. Today.

Charles Lambert and the Almost Corner Bookshopwould be delighted if you couldattend the launch of Little Monsters in Vicolo dell’Atleta 5,Trastevere, Romeon Friday, 28 March 2008,6.30 – 8.30 pm

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New Writing 15

The Prince of Wales Suite at the British Council HQ must be the worst place in the civilised world for a book launch. It’s a low-ceilinged box of a room, reminiscent of a Travelodge lounge or provincial tax office with … Continue reading

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