Edmund Gordon, author of the acclaimed biography of Angela Carter, has recently launched an official website. The site, edmundgordon.com, features news about upcoming events, links to interviews (including my interview with Gordon), a bibliography of his journalism, and details about The Invention of Angela Carter: A Biography (Chatto & Windus, 2016).
Continuing the series of events celebrating Angela Carter’s Bristol connections around the 25th anniversary of her death, Gordon will be in dialogue with Sir Christopher Frayling at Waterstones Bristol Galleries as part of the Bristol Festival of Ideas. To book tickets for this event, proceed to the official website for the Bristol Festival of Ideas by clicking here. More information about the Get Angela Carter festival in Bristol can be found here.
Edmund Gordon is Lecturer in Creative Writing at King’s College London. In addition to his biography of Angela Carter, Gordon’s essays and reviews have appeared in a number of publications, including the London Review of Books, the Times Literary Supplement, the Guardian, the Observer and the Sunday Times. In December 2012, he received a Jerwood Award for nonfiction (for his biography of Carter) from the Royal Society of Literature.
For more information on Edmund Gordon, head over to his official website here. To find out more about, and to purchase a copy of, The Invention of Angela Carter: A Biography, click here to go to the Penguin Books website. Finally, to read my interview with Gordon, click here.