What happens when an over-analytical literature graduate inconceivably champions the 2-page novels of a charming misfit from Shropshire?
Charming misfit Christopher Bliss (★★★★ “One of this year’s hidden treasures… consistently, pant-wettingly funny” – Fest) writes 2-3 terrible novels a day. Turtleneck-clad literature clad Luke Courtier (★★★★★ “hilarious” – The Good Review) thinks he’s found hidden levels to Bliss’ work.
And so Christopher Bliss’ Literary Salon was born co-hosted by Courtier and Bliss. The pair of them, operating on opposite ends of the intellectual spectrum, are joined each month by a published novelist. As Bliss metes out totally unwarranted feedback on their work and improves classic literature, Courtier will be on hand with excellent footnotes and a stonking claret.
As a bonus, Bliss will be reading from his new novels and doling out extra advice to anyone who wants it. Probably all of you?