Friday No 27th 2015 on BBC Radio 3 – The Verb, Patti Smith, Grayson Perry, Holly Pester, Anthony Horowitz
Where do you find the permission to be creative? The Verb aims to find out with Patti Smith, Grayson Perry, Anthony Horowitz and Holly Pester.
Patti Smith has just published her second volume of memoir ‘M Train’ (Bloomsbury), a book that follows Patti around New York as she writes, reads and drinks coffee.
Grayson Perry’s recent exhibition at the Turner Contemporary in Margate ‘Provincial Punk’ examined his interests in contemporary Britain from class and taste to war.
Anthony Horowitz has just published his second James Bond novel ‘Trigger Mortis’ (Orion). He explains where he gets the permission to take on another writer’s most famous character.
The poet and sound artist Holly Pester examines the phenomenon of ‘vocal fry’ in a special commission for The Verb.