The Outcast Hours is Out

Slightly belated, but, hey! After a year of construction and months of fretting and weeks of self-promotion - The Outcast Hours is, indeed, out. 

The details of this scrumptious new anthology are here, including links to some of the particularly flattering reviews. Mahvesh and I kicked off the launch with three events - two in London, one 'virtual' on reddit - and are now in the awkward 'post-launch, just stare' stage. If you don't have a copy, it is never too late. If you do have a copy, well - thanks.

Incidentally, if you are a school/prison/library/community centre/other institution that would like a copy for your shelves, please let me know, and I will happily send you a copy for free. While they last.

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The Outcast Hours - London Events

 

The Outcast Hours
The Outcast Hours

Two of 'em:

Thursday, 21st February at the Phoenix Artist Club:

With Marina Warner, M. Suddain, Lavie Tidhar, Louis Greenberg and Will Hill. £10 ticket, which includes a nicely discounted copy of the book!

Details here

Thursday, 28th February at Brick Lane Books:

Featuring Frances Hardinge, Will Hill, Karen Onojaife and Maha Khan Phillips. £5 tickets, redeemable against the price of the books.

Details here

I'll be playing host at both - come by for a chat, a drink, and some signed copies!