Date: Sunday 29th January
Venue: Gathering Space, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Doors Open: 11.00am - 12.00pm
Tickets: Free Entry
Getting work published by an established publishing house can verge on the impossible. The session explores the merits of self publication, the options available and book promotion.
Mark J.T. Griffin (comes from lots of different places but this time around) was born in March 1958 in Wolverhampton where he was educated at Highfields School and Wolverhampton Polytechnic. He lives in the Cotswolds with his wife Ingrid and Sam, Dona & Calin the Labradors. He divides his spare time between writing novels, poetry, plays and screenplays and creating electronic music.
Since the mid-eighties he has written numerous articles and short stories on subjects ranging from clocks to computers to Custer. In 1994 he wrote Vangelis: The Unknown Man, a biography of the Greek keyboard player and multi-instrumentalist. Since then he’s written a book fo poetry, four novels including Going Home”, “Angel House”, “Cathar Prophecy” and “Richard of Eastwell”, a play about the life of Spike Milligan and is currently working on the screenplay based on the last years of the life of Lawrence of Arabia and a comedy detective novel called “Milton Keanes Investigates.”