The RIVERS OF LONDON Cityread London festivities continue, after a very strong and successful first week. Ben Aaronovitch has attended a number of venues for talks and readings, all of which have been very popular and great times have been had by all.
One event last week of particular note was a reading at London’s Mail Rail. At this event, Doc Brown read KING OF RATS, a brand new short story Ben wrote for the occasion. Below you’ll find a video clip of the event…
This is not Doc Brown’s first brush with the RIVERS OF LONDON world. He works with Ben’s nephew Mikis Michaelides, who produced this music video for RIVERS OF LONDON…
Here are Ben’s events for this second week of Cityread London (be sure to check your library’s websites for more/full details)…
- April 7th
- 7-8:30pm – Sutton Library – Meet & Greet, Talk and Signing
- April 8th
- 2-3:30pm – Kingston-upon-Thames, Surbiton Library
- 6:30 – Lambeth, Brixton Library
- April 9th
- 7:00-8:30pm – Wandsworth, Balham Library Hall – Request attendees book in advance, due to limited space (free admission)
- April 10th
- 6:30pm – Waltham Forest, Walthamstow Library – Refreshments, puppet show, talk and Q&A session
- April 11th
- 2:30-4:00pm – Richmond, Twickenham Library
- 7:00pm – Merton, Wimbledon Library
You can find more details of Ben’s schedule on his website.
RIVERS OF LONDON and the other Peter Grant novels are published in the UK by Gollancz. They have been published widely in translation, also.