Stewart Home Live • 30 April 2007 • The SnowBlog

Stewart Home Live

          Memphis Underground

The always-entertaining Stewart Home, author of Memphis Underground, is making a series of appearances over the next month, including readings, talks and discussions. Catch him at any of the following venues... 4 MAY 2007
Blind Eye, Vlkova 26, Prague, Czech Republic. Evening.
3:AM Night Prague Literary Festival. Stewart Home reads alongside Tom McCarthy, Heidi James & others.

8 MAY 2007
Soho Theatre, 21 Dean Street, London W1. 7pm. £5 approx.
Stewart Home and Iain Sinclair talk about their recent books which address the ongoing transmogrification of London.

11 MAY 2007
Permanent Gallery, 20 Bedford Place, Brighton, England BN1 2PT. Doors open 7.45pm, readings start 8pm.
For further info: tel 07979 602291; email
Stewart Home and Lee Rourke reading.

19-20 MAY 2007
University of Stirling, Central Region, Scotland FK9 4LA.
Stewart Home is a plenary speaker at the Retelling Tales conference organised by the Department of English Studies. Home will deliver a paper on: "Losing The Plot: Twice told tales and post-modern rumours of narrative exhaustion". 
Full programme, exact times and other information:

20 May 2007
MacSorley's Music Bar, Jamaica Street, Glasgow, Scotland. 8pm to Midnight. Free.
Stewart Home reading plus Nocturnal Emissions performance and DJ Hex.

30 MAY 2007
Utter Club, Salisbury Hotel, 1 Grand Parade, Green Lanes, London N4 1JX. 8pm.
Stewart Home and Tim "Bilko" Wells read their work.

All details via Stewart Home's website ( 

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