All the fun of the (book) fair!

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?

Oxford Indie Book Fair – save the date!

The first ever Oxford Independent Book Fair will take place on Saturday 6th November. I’ll be there, along with my book and 50 other authors, artists and publishers.

Entrance is free, so please do come along, meet some writers, enjoy the day-long programme of talks and performances, and maybe buy a book or three. I look forward to seeing you.

Oxford Independent Book Fair. Wesley Memorial Hall, Oxford OX1 2DH. Saturday 6th November.