The Speakeasy: Literary Edition, June 2013

In the Literary Edition of the Speakeasy, we look at Chris Beckett’s Arthur. C. Clarke-award winning novel, Dark Eden. We consider the ups, downs and sideways of self-publishing, and Rob shamelessly plugs all his works. And of course, we have recommendations for you of fun stuff to read, particularly if you’re into story theory or the confessions of a tabloid journalist.

Recorded in a proper, top-end studio, with over 100 “ums”, “ers” “you knows” and uncomfortable silences edited out, this is the most professional-sounding Speakeasy yet! How can you possibly resist? Plug in your headphones and let Clive and I whisper sweet nothings deep into your earholes. Any suggestions? Stick ’em in the comments form below.

Links:

Dark Eden by Chris Beckett

Rob’s Collected Works

The Inkslingers Bookstore

Tony Ashenden’s Tales Of Bellerophon

Diaries Of A Fleet Street Fox

Into The Woods

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