Howard Cunnell has a Ph.D. from the University of London, and was previously a Leverhulme Fellow at the University of Sussex. He is the editor of Jack Kerouacs On the Road: The Original Scroll, which the New York Times described as the living version for our time. A former professional scuba-diving instructor, he lives in London with his wife and children.
From gripping debuts to essential non-fiction, there’s sure to be something here to kick start your 2017 ‘to read’ pile.
Howard Cunnell, author of The Sea on Fire, talks about Jonathan Rendall, the author you should have heard of, and S. E. Hinton, who wrote her classic novel The Outsiders when she was just 17.
Howard Cunnell is a former professional scuba diving instructor and the author of The Sea on Fire. He also edited Jack Kerouac’s On the Road: The Original Scroll. Unsurprisingly, Kerouac crops up a lot in his life in books...
For many men, their fathers define what it means to be a man. In this talk, we celebrate the men who made us who we are, and delve into the ideas of masculinity we inherited with speakers including...
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