Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Mrs Death Misses Death: Just two weeks to publication, BBC Radio and online gigs and parties...

 









Mrs Death Misses Death 

January 28th 2021, Canongate



Waterstones Best Books for January

Cosmopolitan Best Books by Black Authors

RWL Most Anticipated Caribbean Books

Bookseller's Pick of Best Cover Designs

Featured on BBC London 'Inspirit'

Featured on BBC 6Music, Lauren Laverne

Featured on BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking 

Please scroll down for all the latest. . . 






'Death gets a memoir' The Guardian 













Mrs Death Misses Death, Lovereading







The Bookseller  - Book cover picks:

Great to be side by side with Courttia Newland

scroll down for special double bill event on January 21st!!


 











Mrs Death Misses Death, BBC London 

"Because we know a lot of dead people now..."










Mrs Death Misses Death, BBC 6Music

A David Bowie salute: 'We could be heroes'




Mrs Death Misses Death

BBC Radio 3, Free Thinking









Mrs Death Misses Death in Harpers Bazaar

The Visionaries Issue, Feb 2021













Please join us from 
the safety of your sofa 
for these online gigs and chats  
BBC radio shows and festivals
special events and launch parties



January 2021 


3 - BBC London Inspirit with Jumoke Fashola



14 - BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking



23 - BBC Radio 4 Loose Ends


26 - The Shift Podcast with Sam Baker

26 - BBC Scotland with Janice Forsyth

28 - Mrs Death Misses Death: Launch Party 


February 2021 

4  - The Idler 


25 - Paisley Festival, Scotland









Andi Oliver, The Sky Arts Book Club

“One of the most brilliant, incisive, incredibly inspirational writers 

I’ve ever come across”


The Bookseller Editor’s Choice 

“An original, exuberant novel … truly one of a kind – don’t miss it”





‘It’s light, it’s dark, it’s twisted and it’s brilliant’ 

BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH







Thank you for all your stunning tweets and posts and support

Not long to publication of both the hardback and audiobook now

See you on Full Wolf Moon, January 28th

Be safe and take care out there, I miss you, thank you xxsg 








Here’s a 90 second tour of the psychogeography for my debut novel Mrs Death Misses Death. Fancy a walk? Come with us on a mini-tour of East London and we'll show you some of the sites that inspired and featured in this book in and around Whitechapel, Forest Gate, Limehouse and East London.













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