Oldie magazine has announced the appearance of Waugh’s biographer Philip Eade as one of three authors at its 11th October literary lunch:
This new study reveals that from his strained relationships with family and lovers to his religious and drug-induced awakenings, Waugh’s life was one of drama and complexity.
The others to appear at the lunch are Tom Bower who recently wrote a biography of Tony Blair and Anne Sebba whose recent book is Les Parisiennes about the life of women during the German occupation. The Oldie was among the first publications to review Eade’s biography, Evelyn Waugh: A Life Revisited. See earlier post. The lunches are held at Simpsons-in-the -Strand and may be booked here.