fastj&m : sessions
[9-11 July, 2015]

fastj&m is pleased to convene a lecture series celebrating the relationship between the arts and literature: the esoteric, the compelling, and the controversial. Featuring authors and publishers dedicated to bringing diverse and interesting content to the reader that examines popular culture through the lens of political and critical theories. The series will culminate in an evening symposium on Radical Publishing for the new millennium as a Fringe Event to the Pz Litfest, the Best litfest in the West!

Tickets and Programme Info

fastj&m : Sessions 9-11 July, 2015 A lecture series celebrating the relationship between the arts, politics, and literature: the esoteric, the compelling, and the controversial. Featuring talks by authors, journalists, graphic designers and publishers with topics ranging from new upcoming

Tickets and Programme Info

fastj&m : Sessions 9-11 July, 2015 A lecture series celebrating the relationship between the arts, politics, and literature: the esoteric, the compelling, and the controversial. Featuring talks by authors, journalists, graphic designers and publishers with topics ranging from new upcoming

Radical Publishing for the New Millennium

Tickets can be pre-purchased online at Cornish Riviera Box Office Tickets are also Available on the Day at the Door, but to ensure your place Book Online! It’s axiomatic that technology is rapidly changing the face of publishing. It may

Radical Publishing for the New Millennium

Tickets can be pre-purchased online at Cornish Riviera Box Office Tickets are also Available on the Day at the Door, but to ensure your place Book Online! It’s axiomatic that technology is rapidly changing the face of publishing. It may

: sessions – Lecture Series

Tickets available for pre-purchase online at Cornish Riviera Box Office fastj&m is pleased to convene a lecture series celebrating the relationship between the arts, politics, and literature: the esoteric, the compelling, and the controversial. Featuring talks by authors, journalists, graphic

: sessions – Lecture Series

Tickets available for pre-purchase online at Cornish Riviera Box Office fastj&m is pleased to convene a lecture series celebrating the relationship between the arts, politics, and literature: the esoteric, the compelling, and the controversial. Featuring talks by authors, journalists, graphic

Dawn Foster

Dawn Foster is a journalist, contributing regularly to The Guardian, London Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, and New Humanist. She writes on politics, social affairs, economics and inequality, and is a regular political commentator on BBC Newsnight and Sky

Dawn Foster

Dawn Foster is a journalist, contributing regularly to The Guardian, London Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, and New Humanist. She writes on politics, social affairs, economics and inequality, and is a regular political commentator on BBC Newsnight and Sky

Tariq Godard

Novelist Tariq Goddard was included in Waterstone’s list of ‘Faces of the Future’ and co- founder of radical publishing imprints Zer0 Books and the newly fledged Repeater Books. No stranger to taking risks in his own writing, or in the

Tariq Godard

Novelist Tariq Goddard was included in Waterstone’s list of ‘Faces of the Future’ and co- founder of radical publishing imprints Zer0 Books and the newly fledged Repeater Books. No stranger to taking risks in his own writing, or in the

Jan Middendorp

Jan Middendorp is a Dutch writer-designer living in Berlin. Unable to write about himself and thus come up with a bonafide first novel, he took to cultural criticism, covering contemporary dance and performance, video and literature. For the last fifteen

Jan Middendorp

Jan Middendorp is a Dutch writer-designer living in Berlin. Unable to write about himself and thus come up with a bonafide first novel, he took to cultural criticism, covering contemporary dance and performance, video and literature. For the last fifteen

The Inkling Magazine

The Inkling Magazine is a celebration of the essay form, a personal and accessible approach to intelligent writing and creative response. Since its inception in 2012, we have gathered significant online readership, published over 300 essays, and two print publications.

The Inkling Magazine

The Inkling Magazine is a celebration of the essay form, a personal and accessible approach to intelligent writing and creative response. Since its inception in 2012, we have gathered significant online readership, published over 300 essays, and two print publications.

Carl Neville

Carl Neville is an early adopter of publishing on the web, establishing several blogging identities including The Impostume and the collective blogging sites of Up Close and Personal, Faces on Posters, and What Will Be Left of Them, featuring essays

Carl Neville

Carl Neville is an early adopter of publishing on the web, establishing several blogging identities including The Impostume and the collective blogging sites of Up Close and Personal, Faces on Posters, and What Will Be Left of Them, featuring essays

Susan Soyinka

Susan has worked as a teacher, lecturer and educational psychologist. She spent ten years in West Africa, and worked for nine years in the Jewish community in London. In 2014, she was given “The Rabbi Dr Bernard Susser Award for

Susan Soyinka

Susan has worked as a teacher, lecturer and educational psychologist. She spent ten years in West Africa, and worked for nine years in the Jewish community in London. In 2014, she was given “The Rabbi Dr Bernard Susser Award for

Vanessa Matthews

Vanessa Matthews is a novelist and poet, her debut poetry collection Melodies of My Other Life was published by Winter Goose Publishing in 2013. In 2012 she completed a 30 day writing and blogging challenge, during which she won two

Vanessa Matthews

Vanessa Matthews is a novelist and poet, her debut poetry collection Melodies of My Other Life was published by Winter Goose Publishing in 2013. In 2012 she completed a 30 day writing and blogging challenge, during which she won two