This whistle-stop tour of literary London includes sites as varied as the block of flats where George Orwell and H.G. Wells fell out over curry and plum cake, Julian Barnes at the National Gallery, J.G. Ballard in Docklands, Alan Bennett’s harsh but accurate summary of Camden Town's distinctive aroma, and a brief attempt to maintain the pace of James Boswell's enthusiastic womanising.
A wonderful guide to Writing London, documenting the work and working habits of London's successful writers as well as significant locations in their writing.
Designed by Paul Rogers and printed by Herb Lester Associates, this map is A3 in size but folded to A6 for easy storage and carrying.