Tag Archives: Richard Kerridge

Richard Kerridge’s Cold Blood

There are not too many dinosaurs in Britain today, unless you count the birds. And as a kid with my animal books I was underwhelmed by the slender list of living reptiles this country boasts: three kinds of snake and … Continue reading

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Wine and Waterstones

On Thursday – 21 May – I was in Waterstones, Bath, with Martin Large from Hawthorn Press and poet Helen Moore to promote Helen’s new collection, ECOZOA, and my novel, Deep Time. Chairing the readings and discussion was ecocritic Richard … Continue reading

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Party and Publication

Just this once, here’s a photo of me. It was taken at my party in Stroud last Saturday night to celebrate my fiftieth birthday and the publication of Deep Time. The dress code was ‘tropical’. It was delightful to see … Continue reading

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Deep Time and Ecozoa Launch in Bath on 21 May

Helen Moore and I will be at Waterstones Bath on Thursday 21 May to celebrate the publication of our new books: Helen’s acclaimed poetry collection, ECOZOA, and my novel of prehistory, Deep Time. There will be introductions by Richard Kerridge, … Continue reading

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