Don’t forget that this coming Friday sees the BristolCon Fringe launch the most murderous magical mayhem at Waterstones in the Galleries with the “Murder Most Magical” event, featuring Paul Cornell, Ben Aaronovitch and Jasper Fforde, and hosted by our own Cheryl Morgan.
Tickets are £3 and are available exclusively from Waterstones in the Galleries, Bristol – they’re selling fast and it’s going to be a popular event, so make sure you get there early – doors are at 7 for a 7.30 start. It will also be your very first chance to get your hands on Paul Cornell’s latest novel, The Severed Streets, the follow up to the acclaimed “London Falling”.
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In other news, Cheryl has put up the podcasts of the readings from Airship Shape and Bristol Fashion that took place at the Airship Ball on her website, so you can hear the dramatisations for yourself and find out how much fun we all had!
Cheryl will also be having me on her Women’s Outlook programme on Ujiima Radio in Bristol on May 21st, and no doubt that interview will be available online too, just in case you haven’t had enough of me by then….