Legendary writers Alan Moore and B. Catling at The Vorrh launch. Complete with amazing music from the Oxford Drum Troupe. (more…)
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Alan Moore and B. Catling in The Vorrh Launch VideoMonday, January 7th, 2013
The Vorrh Launch at Pitt Rivers Museum, OxfordTuesday, November 20th, 2012
Ladies and gentlemen, we welcome you to the Pitt Rivers Museum, to this, the book launch of ‘The Vorrh’ by B. Catling. We thank you for being with us tonight, and we thank the Pitt Rivers Museum for hosting us this evening, in a venue that wouldn’t look out of place within the pages of the book itself. (more…)
The Vorrh To Be Unleashed At Pitt RiversThursday, November 8th, 2012
Honest Publishing is proud to announce the launch of THE VORRH by BRIAN CATLING at the PITT RIVERS MUSEUM in Oxford on 15 November 2012, 6.00pm.
THE VORRH is Brian Catling’s long-awaited epic fantasy creation, the first novel in an astounding new trilogy. The launch features an exclusive reading by Brian Catling. There will also be a special guest appearance by renowned fantasy writer ALAN MOORE. He is to announce the winner of the prize draw, who will receive an original and collectible piece of artwork by Brian Catling.
BRIAN CATLING is an artist, sculptor, writer and poet, whose works include A Court of Miracles (2009), The Stumbling Block (1990) and The Blindings (1995) published by Book Works. He is Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art, University of Oxford and has performed and exhibited at numerous galleries and venues including the Serpentine, the ICA, and Matt’s Gallery.
ALAN MOORE has written the foreword to The Vorrh. He is a celebrated British writer of comics and graphic novels, particularly well-known for his works Watchmen, V for Vendetta and From Hell.
The PITT RIVERS MUSEUM is a department of the University of Oxford and a world-renowned centre for teaching and research. The museum was founded in 1884 when General Pitt Rivers, an influential figure in the development of archaeology and evolutionary anthropology, gave his collection to the University. Today it displays over half a million archaeological and ethnographic objects from all parts of the world.
Pitt Rivers Museum
South Parks Road
Oxford, OX1 3PP
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