Maire McQueeney's Novel Outings

"informative, intriguing, exhilarating and fun!" London Arts Discovery

Welcome. Novel Outings are exhilarating good fun with a passionate feel for the imaginative life of a place, in this case the south east of England. Poet Hugo Williams writing in the Times Literary Supplement dubbed the first Twentieth Century Walk "uniformly excellent". It was The Waste Land (1922). Since 1988 the outings have grown to include internet shows, walkers' guides, web authoring and a remarkable series of monthly Book Browsers@ Borders Books in Brighton which ran from World Book Day 1999 through Brighton Festival 2000. The walks and talks described on this site are available for private bookings.

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BOOK BROWSERS
AUBREY BEARDSLEY
SIR JOHN BETJEMAN
BRIGHTON CEMETERY TOURS
CATHERINE COOKSON
T.S.ELIOT
ERIC GILL
GRAHAM GREENE
DR. WILLIAM MOON
SCIENCE FICTION
ROBERT TRESSELL
WINNIE-the-POOH
VIRGINIA WOOLF
Intelligent enthusiasm, clarity of speech plus a love of reading and walking characterize the work. In the company of extraordinary writers and places a guided walk bridges the past to the present through literary imagination deeply rooted in lived physical experience. Join fellow SF fans and guest speaker CHRISTOPHER PRIEST for DAY OUT IN MIDHURST a partnership with REVELATIONS, the Sussex Literature Development Network's Millennium Festival Project.

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