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Poet and author Rosie Johnston, 57, lives in Island Gardens.
She saw her second poetry collection performed by a member of the Live Canon group for the first time on Friday, just across the Thames in Greenwich.
Payback Time, by Geraint Anderson
IN A NUTSHELL
While Cityboy has managed to quell his lust for the absurd, his characters are too shallow to care about.
Queen of crime writing Martina Cole tells it like it is. And as I talk to her about the adaptation of her novel The Graft for the stage at Theatre Royal Stratford East, she tells me in her gravely Essex tones: "The crime world doesn't frighten me - if people get on my nerves I tell them I will kill them - and they believe me."
Top crime author Martina Cole is on a mission to help ensure Theatre Royal Stratford East survives un-scathed as a cultural gem.
She said: "I believe that theatres should remain at the heart of the community. Funding for our libraries is in jeopardy and I'm worried that our theatres are going to die out too."
Apparently you are never more than 5ft away from a rat at all times in London. And, according to author and full time monster hunter Neil Arnold, you're never that far away from a ghost or strange creature either.
London's spooky stuff is not just ghosts but other weird paranormal behaviour and activity such as UFOs and dragon-like creatures that fly over the capital.