David Whitehouse is an award-winning novelist, journalist and screenwriter. His first novel, Bed, won the 2012 Betty Trask Award and was published in eighteen languages, and his second novel, Mobile Library, won the Jerwood Fiction Uncovered Prize. David writes regularly for the Guardian and The Times and is editor-at-large of ShortList magazine. Originally from Warwickshire, he now lives in London
Gemma Todd has worked for public libraries for twelve years, and six of those have been at the Mobile Library Service. She works as a full-time Library Assistant/Driver in the West Midlands. The slogan on the side of our van reads ‘Feed the Mind, Free the Imagination’. I’ve...
@EvaWiseman You didn't listen to the Nelson Mandela one?
by @d_whitehouse - 15 hours ago
F. Scott Fitzgerald's hair is an open book. https://t.co/AbdLbaxyax
by @d_whitehouse - 16 hours ago
RT @sethdjacobson: This is literally the worst poem ever written https://t.co/sMg8u8GLZY
Killer Women with Piers Morgan on ITV. I've watched every episode. When is one of them going to get him?
by @d_whitehouse - yesterday
@j_mackertich This isn't a short list! It's a whole magazine full of words and pictures! Why isn't it called 'Lots Of Words And Pictures'!?
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