14 September ’21.
Publication of the third edition of The Village That Died for England: Tyneham and the Legend of Churchill’s Pledge. Revised text and a new Prologue entitled “The Case for Getting Up John Carey’s Nose”, which replies to the first edition’s critics and reflects on the relevance of the book’s arguments to those trying to understand Brexit today. Available (from my local bookshop) here.
9 September ’21. 18.00 - 21.00, at Swedenborg House, London.
First showing of “Unfamiliar Territories”, a filmed conversation between Ken Worpole and Patrick Wright. The screening was combined with the launch of the paperback edition of The Sea View Has Me Again and Ken’s new book, No Matter How Many Skies Have Fallen. Film available here.
Free but booking required here.The film will be available on the Swedenborg Society’s Youtube channel afterwards.
3 November ’21.
“Patrick Wright on the Forgotten Sage of Sheerness”. A talk £5. Details and booking here.