Peckham Lit Crawl, 11th October 5.30 kickoff

Review will be taking part in a Lit Crawl on October 11th. What does this mean? It means be at Review at 5.30 sharp for an hour of readings, then you'll be moved on to another venue for more readings and so on. By the end you will be drunk on stories, and probably drunk on wine as well. More about Lit Crawl here.

This event is free, but if you let us know you're coming we'll make sure there's a glass of wine for you. Email Review here or call us 020 7639 7400

About the authors:

Will Wiles is an author and freelance writer. His debut, Care of Wooden Floors, won a Betty Trask Award, was longlisted for the Desmond Eliot Prize, shortlisted for the National Book Awards, and was also Radio 4’s Book at Bedtime. Will’s second book, The Way Inn, was published to critical acclaim earlier this year.


William Wyld is a poet, scenic carpenter, figurative painter and female impersonator. He recently completed the Creative Writing MA at Goldsmiths University and has just had his first two poems published in the Lighthouse Journal. He lives on a hill in South London with his three bicycles.


Will Hodgkinson is the author of Guitar Man, Song Man, The Ballad Of Britain and The House Is Full Of Yogis. He has written on music and culture for the Guardian, Mojo and Vogue and is currently rock and pop critic for The Times.


Niven Govinden is the author of four novels, most recently, All The Days And Nights (2014), and Black Bread White Beer (2012). He was shortlisted for the 2013 Green Carnation Prize and longlisted for 2013 DSC Prize for South Asian Literature.




Evie Wyld’s first novel, After the Fire, a Still Small Voice, won the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and a Betty Trask Award and was shortlisted for the Orange Prize for New Writers, the Commonwealth Prize and the International IMPAC Dublin literary award. In 2013 she was included on Granta Magazine's once a decade Best of Young British Novelists list. Her second novel All the Birds, Singing won the Miles Franklin Award, the Encore Award and the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize, was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Prize, and longlisted for the Stella Prize and the Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction.