The eccentric prolific English writer and graphic novelist Moore – who penned 'From Hell', 'V for Vendetta' and 'Watchmen', to name but a few – appears in conversation with the incredibly talented, internationally renowned photographer Mitch Jenkins. The two great minds have put together a project called 'Unearthed', a fascinating, but at times disturbing, piece of mixed-media work that details the life of comic artist Steve Moore (no relation, before you ask) and the history of south London (Shooter's Hill in particular). The project began life as part of Iain Sinclair's 'London: City of Disappearances', but one glance at 'Unearthed' will attest to why it grew to inhabit a life of its own. Moore and Jenkins will also be signing copies of their work, plus there'll be screenings of their respective short films.
Alan Moore/Mitch Jenkins