Despite the dreich, dank day that Sunday was, the second Jericho Bookfair was a great success. The venue at Mount Place was enchanting thanks to the regeneration work of John Muir which has turned this place into a haven of tranquillity. Engaging authors, myriad books displayed and three hundred visitors throughout the day, made this a perfect venue for a Sunday afternoon.
The Penguin Chap
Specialising in 1st Edition Penguin, Puffin and Pelican books from 1930's - 1960's.
Richard O Smith
Titles on display:
62 Snapshots of Oxford Life
Oxford Z-A; a collaboration with Korky Paul Eccentric Oxford walking tour.
Local history is brought to life through the work of local historian Liz Woolley.
Oxford Writers Group
Founded in 1983 this Oxford literary group are a formidable presence in the world of oxford publications.
Mark J. Davies
Author of the inimitable -
Alice in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll and the River Thames
about the author
Author and Illustrator
The Magic Dodo
Tobey's adventure in Oxford
WHAT THEY DON'T TEACH YOU IN SCHOOL
Emotion, resilience, anger, failure; how to be scared stiff and survive!
Simon Howard & Mark Atherton
Tales from the Bookshop
The Making of England
a Very Important Teapot; a curiously magical thriller with suburban subterfuge and sparkle.