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VINTAGE PODCAST LIVE NIGHT with Howard Marks, Shelia Heti and Cleo Rocos

Monday 29th April 2013 7pm - 8pm The Queen's Head, 15 Denman Street, Piccadilly Circus, London, W1D 7HN Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Join the Vintage Podcast for an intimate and exclusive live event of the finest literary entertainment. Canadian novelist and Women's Writers' Prize nominee Shelia Heti (below left) will be pondering the title question of her new novel How Should a Person Be?, crime-baron-turned-crime-writer Howard 'Mr Nice' Marks (below right) will entertain with first hand exploits, anecdotes and opinion, and Cleo Rocos (above left) will teach you everything you need to know about drinking well. She'll be sharing tips and recipes and mixing some very special cocktails from her new book The Power of Positive Drinking. Come prepared to drink tequila...

Top literary journalist and Vintage Podcast host Alex Clark will be our illustrious compere for the evening, which will be held in the atmospheric Queens Head in Soho, a glorious historic hideaway.

Sheila Heti Howard Marks
Tickets: £6, which includes a shot of tequila (administered by Cleo Rocos). For more information and to book tickets, please visit http://www.vintage-books.co.uk/authors/vintage-podcasts/
Venue: The Queen's Head, 15 Denman Street, Piccadilly Circus, London W1D 7HN

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