Literary Putney & Its Environs 17th-21st Century
A talk launching the new guide is on 16th May & one lucky reader can win a signed copy
The newest publication published by Wandsworth Historical Society and The Putney Society will be launched on 16th May, 2013, as part of the Wandsworth Arts Festival.
Literary Putney is a guide to twenty-eight literary figures connected to Putney and its locality by living in it, writing about it, making it a central location for novels or just passing through.
Sue Rolfe produced The Putney Debates 1647, Cromwell and Democracy at St Mary's, 2007; Putney Walkabout: guided walks around Putney for visually impaired people, and site-specific dramatised walk based on Arnold Bennett's novel Buried Alive, 2008. An executive member of the Putney Society for whom she has organised commemorative blue plaques since 2008.
Copies of Literary Putney and its Environs are available price £6.00 plus £1.50 for post and packaging from Sue Rolfe, 15 Werter Rd, London SW152LL. Please make cheques out to 'The Putney Society' .
April 26, 2013