Whilst present at the Cambridge Fair recently, I had the pleasure to have the stand next to Mr Hodgson (I knew i had upset Phil recently – but not that much!) Above is a panorama of the Cambridge set up (I do like my panoramic shots).
Richard was telling me all about the Harrogate fair and his plans for this – so I took the opportunity to interview him for the blog.
It is that time of year again, and all thoughts turn to Cambridge (well mine do anyway). The PBFA Cambridge fair is set in the fabulous Guildhall. If you haven’t been, this is a lovely building, right in the centre of Cambridge, next to the market and all of the shops. Not that many of us will have much time for anything other than the books, with 75 dealers and some lovely food in the café.
You can find more information about the fair and get a ticket by clicking on the book picture here. Naturally, I wouldn’t let this opportunity pass without an interview with the lovely Sarah Key from the Haunted Bookshop who manages the fair with a tad of assistance from Phil Salin.