The first Oxford Indie Book Fair took place last Saturday at the newly revamped Wesley Memorial Church in Oxford. I was there, along with my comic novel, Note to Boy, and 50 or so authors, poets, publishers and artists. I had a great time!
The day-long fair featured book launches, talks, discussions and workshops, and entrance was free. Organisers Sylvia Vetta, Ray Foulk, James Harrison and Andy Severn – all praise to them for their hard work! – hope to make it a regular event in the Oxford calendar. I certainly hope so. It was a wonderful chance for writers and readers to meet, and to showcase a wide range of fascinating books.
Here are a few snaps. Do you think I maybe went a bit overboard with my branding?