Writing London

Writing LondonDocumenting the work and the working habits of successful London writers, Writing London marks sites of literary triumph and tragedy throughout the capital. Significant locations, mapped forever in narrative, reflect writers at work, writers at rest, and writers at play. Charing Cross Station is the setting for Phileas Fogg’s departure to circumnavigate around the globe, and Finchley Road, NW3, marks the spot where Wilkie Collins first introduces the pale appararition to his readers in The Woman in White. A pocket-sized reference to all things literary in London; what’s not to love!

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