Title: Edwyn and Grace do litrachur at Latitude dontcha know...
http://www.uncut.co.uk/blog/index.php?blog=11&p=1256&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1

This was rather fun. A first for us both. Grace was quite scared, but we pulled it off. A lovely crowd in the literature tent, just before the thunder storm began. We got a tremendous soaking trying to get back to the car. I'm not keen on camping, you see! We stayed in Lavenham, an hour away, in a charming B&B, as we are delicate oldies.

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Comment by BrianGlasgow on July 24, 2009 at 19:15
Coming to the Glasgow one!!! I have just finished reading the book this morning! Should have been sleeping after a totrurous nightshift!!!
Comment by Nikki on July 24, 2009 at 7:50
I've booked a ticket for the London one - now wait for the tubes to die on that day ;-)

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Comment by Edwyn Collins on July 24, 2009 at 3:19
Aw Nicky what a shame. Hope to see you on our travels some time very soon. Write any time. Love to you and also to your mum. Love Edwyn and Grace x
Comment by Nikki on July 23, 2009 at 21:03
We had major car problems and didn't get to the site until half ten at night, which meant I missed this...was probably the thing I was looking forward to most all weekend. My Mum also suffered two SAHs which was followed by MRSA, aphasia and mobility problems - it would have been so interesting to hear about yours and Grace's experiences. I've ordered the book now, and am really looking forward to reading it.

Best wishes to you both, I've nothing but admiration for your family x
Comment by Edwyn Collins on July 22, 2009 at 10:58
Completely soaked? We couldn't have got wetter if we'd jumped in the river! I was desperately trying to find the car in the pitch black, stumbling around the field/car park...couldn't find the way back to where I had left Ed and Will (who was screaming at me down the phone!!) got a bit of hassle from the high viz brigade who didn't want to let me go the quick way, drove back to Lavenham through LAKES, hilarious, the whole thing. But we did get there in the end, lovely hot bath, hot chocolate, soft bed, so a happy ending! Hope you had a wonderful weekend. xx
Comment by digitalcaroline on July 22, 2009 at 10:27
The talk was really good. Grace is way better at talking than she thinks, very natural and funny and also moving. hope you guys didn't get completely soaked when getting off the site though. Blimey the skies opened didn't they? x
Comment by Lisl Richard on July 22, 2009 at 6:03
I also hate camping but it's the only affordable way to get to see you both at Port Eliot. Very excited.
Comment by Mick Peek on July 20, 2009 at 19:42
It was fun to be there.To hear Grace read from the book on her first reading was a great example of 'Grace under pressure!'. It was even more amazing that you were hearing her side of some of the stories for the first time.
But best of all I've got my signed copy as a treasured item! Keep on Choogin!

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