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Five novels about south London that you should read

Five novels about south London that you should read

London though the ages
Where To Find Alice In Wonderland In London

Where To Find Alice In Wonderland In London

Find out which London places are linked to Alice In Wonderland
London Short Fiction: Places To Hide A T-Rex In London

London Short Fiction: Places To Hide A T-Rex In London

About time someone tackled this one.
Where To Find Squirrels In London

Where To Find Squirrels In London

Cute. And tasty, apparently.
What Is The Best London Novel?

What Is The Best London Novel?

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Short Fiction Competition: Fairytales Of The City

Create a new modern folk tale.
A Space For Short Fiction On Londonist

A Space For Short Fiction On Londonist

Send us your short stories.
Sherlock Holmes At The Museum Of London

Sherlock Holmes At The Museum Of London

Did you know he once took on robots?
London Short Fiction: Sexy, Sensual, Saucy Stories Wanted

London Short Fiction: Sexy, Sensual, Saucy Stories Wanted

Write a love story under 1,000 words.
London Short Fiction: Amelie

London Short Fiction: Amelie

Short stories inspired by London.
London Fiction Roundup

London Fiction Roundup

Five recent novels set in the capital.
London Fictions: 26 Novels About The Capital, Dissected

London Fictions: 26 Novels About The Capital, Dissected

From The Nether World to NW.
London Short Fiction: Seeing Red

London Short Fiction: Seeing Red

A London cabbie loses his rag.
Sherlock Holmes In Sci-Fi And Fantasy

Sherlock Holmes In Sci-Fi And Fantasy

To boldly go where no elementary Martians have battled dinosaurs, my dear Watson.
What Are The Best London Novels?

What Are The Best London Novels?

From Ben Aaronovitch to Zadie Smith. Get your votes in.
London Short Fiction: The Station Clock

London Short Fiction: The Station Clock

A slow walk to Euston.
North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

North London Literary Festival Returns With Sci-Fi Slant

A day of free events in Hendon.
5 Things To Do At London Short Story Festival

5 Things To Do At London Short Story Festival

From food to fairy tales.
London Short Fiction: Graphic Novels

London Short Fiction: Graphic Novels

A Booker Prize winner with writer's block.
London Fiction Round-Up: March 2014

London Fiction Round-Up: March 2014

Novels set in the capital.
London Short Fiction: Natural Disasters

London Short Fiction: Natural Disasters

A man obsessed with the dates of natural disasters.
London Short Fiction: Shelter Drawings

London Short Fiction: Shelter Drawings

Who is the Circle Line's mystery sketcher?
London Short Fiction: Keep The Change

London Short Fiction: Keep The Change

A sneaky taxi ride through London.
London Fiction Roundup: November 2014

London Fiction Roundup: November 2014

Murder mysteries from Lloyd Shepherd and Mat Baylis.
London Short Fiction: Lyndon The Greatest Thief In London

London Short Fiction: Lyndon The Greatest Thief In London

By Sam Hogan, age 7.
Prepare To Be All Ears For Pitch-Black Theatre

Prepare To Be All Ears For Pitch-Black Theatre

A binaural sound journey through your dreamscape.
London Short Fiction: Jazz Code And The Tube

London Short Fiction: Jazz Code And The Tube

An unexpected friend request.
Michael Moorcock's Autobiography Is Nuts

Michael Moorcock's Autobiography Is Nuts

Fantasy writer disappears down his own wormhole.
London Short Fiction: They Walked

London Short Fiction: They Walked

What if the buildings decided to get up and leave?
London Fiction Roundup

London Fiction Roundup

A selection of recent novels and poetry about the capital.
London Short Fiction: Ordinary Days In London

London Short Fiction: Ordinary Days In London

Series of stories inspired by London.
London Fiction Roundup: May 2014

London Fiction Roundup: May 2014

Capital-set stories.
London Short Fiction: Blackout On Fen Street

London Short Fiction: Blackout On Fen Street

First in our mini-series of London razed.
London Short Fiction: An Extract From The Diary Of Kay Richardson, Actor

London Short Fiction: An Extract From The Diary Of Kay Richardson, Actor

A surreal day-in-life...
Discover Young Talent At BFI Future Film Festival

Discover Young Talent At BFI Future Film Festival

Young aspiring filmmakers ahoy.
London Short Fiction: The Sender Of Second Chances

London Short Fiction: The Sender Of Second Chances

Watching out for lonely hearts.
London Short Fiction: First

London Short Fiction: First

The beginnings of a romance, in a gay bar.
London Short Fiction: Direction

London Short Fiction: Direction

A time-shifting pub crawl.
Book Review: 33 East / West

Book Review: 33 East / West

Wanted: London Short Fiction With A Christmas Theme

Wanted: London Short Fiction With A Christmas Theme

Could you be the author of the next A Christmas Carol?
London Short Fiction: The Wallbuilder

London Short Fiction: The Wallbuilder

London Bridge is falling down.
London Short Fiction: One Summer In London

London Short Fiction: One Summer In London

A very personal theft.
London Short Fiction: An Afternoon Some Time Ago

London Short Fiction: An Afternoon Some Time Ago

A nostalgic ride on the London Eye.
The Mesmeric Lee Jackson And Victorian London

The Mesmeric Lee Jackson And Victorian London

London Short Fiction: The Busker Ascends

London Short Fiction: The Busker Ascends

Plague stalks the West End.
London Short Fiction: London Falls

London Short Fiction: London Falls

In the future, we can all be Godzilla.
London Short Fiction: The Ghost Of Christmas Replete

London Short Fiction: The Ghost Of Christmas Replete

David Croser shares a ghostly Christmas tale.
Book Review: The Battle of the Sun By Jeannette Winterson

Book Review: The Battle of the Sun By Jeannette Winterson

Art On The Underground: Central Line Stories

Art On The Underground: Central Line Stories

Interview: Chris Paling, Author Of Nimrod's Shadow

Interview: Chris Paling, Author Of Nimrod's Shadow

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

Book Review: Playground By Samuel Bonner

Book Review: Playground By Samuel Bonner

Minor Delays: A Story For Every Station

Minor Delays: A Story For Every Station

One Eye Grey: Something for Bank Holiday Weekend

One Eye Grey: Something for Bank Holiday Weekend

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

Future Human Debate On Immersive Story Telling

Future Human Debate On Immersive Story Telling

Final Issue Of One Eye Grey Out Now

Final Issue Of One Eye Grey Out Now

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

Litro on Londonist

Litro on Londonist

London's Lexicon #48

London's Lexicon #48

The Book Grocer

The Book Grocer

A Night Of Translated Fiction At The British Academy

A Night Of Translated Fiction At The British Academy

Head to Literature Week for book heaven