Errata and omissions
Further to my recent blogpost, and after reading the comments (which do as comments tend to and leave the substance of the post far behind in search of a life of their own) I realised there were a couple of inaccuracies within the copy. Errors after posting? Oh no, I hear you cry. You didn’t proof it properly. Editorial disaster. Shame on you. Believe me, with the time I have on my hands at the moment being counted in nanoseconds, it’s a miracle I got the post out there at all.
So here, as a second bite at the cherry so to speak, is an update on the information contained at the bottom of the last post.
The ‘event’ at the ebook festival will include a consideration of the following works:
Dan Holloway’s The man who painted agnieszkas shoes
Brendan Gisby The Preservation of the Olive Branch (and not as previously mentioned The Bookie’s Runner)
As well as my own work Another World is Possible (which is where I started to address my own ‘issues’ with narrative and narrative psychology as fiction.)
And finally, the work which possibly made me tie all these together and make some sense out of the author/narrator and the relationship between truth and honesty in fiction – Stuart Ayris’ Frugality Trilogy – which will be ‘launching’ the festival on the glorious 12th of August.