Foulness

By David Henningham

A haunting experimental novel set on the Essex coast during the Cold War.

Thursday, 10 June 2021

Broadcasting Foulness

Readings and Radio Appearances Promoting Foulness

The campaign to publish Foulness has continued steadily. Like a pirate radio station broadcasting from an isolated sandbank, I have appeared online to read from the book.

  1. The next appearance will be on Phoenix FM Monday 21st June, 1.15pm, when we will be discussing why Foulness Island is so fascinating, and the realtionship between fact and fiction in historical fiction.
  2. Carthorse Orchestra, a literary zoom salon curated by critic and author David Collard, invited me to present from the book on 24th April. This will happen again.
  3. The legendary Susan Tomaselli, editor of Gorse, also invited Ping and myself to contribute to her Maynooth University English Lit seminar series Writing Is... I read from Foulness 30 mins into this: https://youtu.be/zoT7eXQV6Oc

Thank You!

For your continued interest and support, thank you so much for backing this project. For the campaign to be successful myself and Unbound will have to reach beyond the people we already know, so if you think you know one or two people who might be interested in this book, please do consider directing them to the campaign page.   

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