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Too Many Tomorrows

Local writer, Gary Laker writes candidly about his addiction to alcohol and his life in recovery in his book, Too Many Tomorrows. Gary sat down with HOT’s

Posted 15:29 Wednesday, Aug 29, 2018 In: New writing Tags: "Too Many Tomorrows" alcoholism Amanda Giles BOOKBUSTER books Gary Laker Literature local writing

It’s not broken and it’s not a biscuit

HOT’s John Knowles takes a moment out from producing his own events to highlight an up and coming event he introduced to Hastings.

Posted 07:34 Tuesday, Nov 15, 2016 In: Performance Tags: David Quantick Douglas John Thorp Film Fireflies Flameproof Moth Helen Thorn Ingrid Pitt Orchestra James Cook Jenny Lockyer Jenny Vegas Joe Duggan John Knowles. Jules Oliver Literature Marijne & Paul performance art poetry Salad spoken word
Jack the Ripper at last? book cover

Jack the Ripper at last?

Described as a “well researched and beautifully written piece of history”, Jack the Ripper at last? is the newest work by Hastings writer Helena Wojtczak. Stepping aside from women’s history, Helena dived into the complex and painstaking world of psychology and crime writing. Jessica Parker speaks to Helena regarding her upcoming book signing.

Posted 19:04 Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014 In: Literature Tags: Albion Books Capote crime George Chapman Hastings Hastings History House Hastings Press Helena Wojtczak In Cold Blood Jack the Ripper at last? Jessica Parker Literature Old Town Psychology
Your Utopia is my Dystopia

No Rhyme; No Reason

One of HOT’s most coveted authors, Dean J. Moore recently let us in on a secret regarding his new novel set in Hastings. Aimed to be released no later than August this year, Dean’s No Rhyme; No Reason will definitely be one to find on our office bookshelf. Jessica Parker spoke to Dean about his newest accomplishment.

Posted 13:53 Wednesday, May 21, 2014 In: Literature Tags: 1984 British Government Dean J Moore Dean Moore Dystopian Hastings Jessica Parker Joker Literature No Rhyme; No Reason St Leonards
Electric Palace

Richard Makin at Electric Palace

Richard Makin

Richard Makin

HOT spoke to Richard Makin prior to his evening performance at Electric Palace. The eccentric and refreshing personality that is Richard Makin enlightened writer Jessica Parker into his preparation for the coming evening, and an insight into the linguistic complexity of his work.

Posted 16:39 Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 In: Literature Tags: Dwelling Jessica Parker Literature Miranda Gavin poetry Richard Makin
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