Thursday, 21 July 2011


I like this photo of the Unlibrary gang meeting for the weekly drop in, 11-12 on Tuesdays, which we're renaming THE HOUR in honour of the TV show filmed next door in Hornsey Town Hall.  

Saturday, 16 July 2011

unlibrary days - the first digital publishing course



There's ONE MORE to come: http://digitalpublishingwriters.eventbrite.com/ Saturday July 30th


"The two exercises were good for getting my creative juices flowing again – it’s alarming to realise how  they had begun to dry up with all the commercial work I’ve been doing recently. I was glad to have your notes to take away too." - Tia Alzulay


Tuesday, 12 July 2011

unlibrary update


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DIGITAL PUBLISHING FOR BEGINNERS - COURSE AT THE UNLIBRARY, HARINGEY

Saturday, July 16, 2011 from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM(GMT)
ONLY £35 - TO BOOK A PLACE GO TO http://digitalpublishing.eventbrite.com/
DUE TO DEMAND WE'RE RUNNING THIS COURSE AGAIN ON
SATURDAY 30TH JULY from 10:00:AM to 01:00:PM AND
SATURDAY 13TH AUGUST from 10:00:AM to 01:00:PM
TO BOOK FOR THESE GO TO:

Friday, 8 July 2011

ed miliband seizes the time


I drew this the day after a wonderful cartoon workshop by the brilliant Steve Bell.
I've just been waiting for Ed to do something important enough to justify using it.

book a table at if:book pop up restaurant sat 6th august


SATURDAY 6th AUGUST 7.30pm
AT 127 RATHCOOLE GARDENS N8 9PH
to celebrate the launch of the Unlibrary Cafe, Crouch End


Delicious Food devised by Rewati Shehani and Team 
Served in Style by the Poetry Waiters
with Music and The Gifts of Words
plus Portable Books and art for sale


£25 per head plus wine


PLACES VERY LIMITED - Book now to avoid disappointment by emailing 
chris at futureofthebook dot org dot uk


Please let us know if you are vegetarian and/or have specific dietary requirements









Thursday, 7 July 2011

marginalia one



The second if:book digital sampler of work produced by mentees on the Arvon Jerwood mentorship scheme was launched at the Free Word in June. Texts illuminated by Toni Le Busque and Sasha Hoare who also interviewed each partipicant when we went to The Hurst to meet the writers and discuss with them how their work could be adapted for multimedia. I'm very pleased with the results and will post some of the films here over coming weeks. Here are pieces by Geraldine Clarkson and Ros Martin.



The whole can be seen at www.futureofthebook.org.uk/arvon2