On being let loose in the Oxfam Bookshop

I have had the great pleasure of being let loose in the Oxfam Bookshop in Kings  Heath, Birmingham. The store came up with a great idea – The Curated Shelf – to bring  writers and readers closer together.  During September, it invited five local authors and members of the OxfamReads! series to curate shelves from the  donated offerings. Continue reading “On being let loose in the Oxfam Bookshop”

Talking on sexuality at Exeter Cathedral

This weekend – Sunday, 9 June 2013 – I will be talking about sexuality at Holy Ground at Exeter Cathedral.

In preparing my talk, I’ve noticed that I have felt in a very quiet place around sexuality issues in recent years and found it almost unbearable listening to debates about the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill currently going through Parliament. Continue reading “Talking on sexuality at Exeter Cathedral”