The book event itself is titled Cult Publishers Expo. I can hear them ask, Is Odd Dog Press a cult publisher then? No, definitely not, although I do have a friend who firmly believes N & H will attain cult status at some point in the future. Personally, I only wish he'd read the tea- leaves (or whatever gave him this insight into my up and coming good fortune) with a bit more precision timing-wise! A year - mmm, nice! Two years - yeah okay! Twenty years - oy veh!
I'm looking forward to seeing Paul Darrow there on the day - he was also in Timelash, although I think on this occasion he's there in his capacity as a cult hero from that cult series Blake's Seven. Be honest, did I use the word 'cult' too many times in the last two paragraphs?
If you live near Kennington or fancy a daytrip to London on Saturday 13 October, I'm sure it'll be a fun day. The day's programme of events runs from 11am til 4pm and there's a series of interesting talks throughout the day. The address is The Cinema Museum, Kennington, London and I'll be there from 11am until 2pm. So come along and have a chat or better still chat to me while I sign your copy of Niedermayer & Hart! And just think, if you do buy a book, not only will you be putting a smile on the face of an impoverished writer/actor, you may be helping N & H on its way to achieving cult status too! LOL!