12 Mar 2013
"In 1963, Julia Trevelyan Oman beginning making a name for herself as a set designer for BBC television, but was finding the job rather uninteresting. Armed with a camera she took to the streets of the Clapham Junction and took candid photographs of the working-class and immigrant children that lived there. She had the idea for a book, but didn’t know anyone that could write captions for it. When she showed the pictures to Richard Sadler at Constable, he connected her with B. S. Johnson. Little did she know what she was in for."
28 Feb 2013
Forty years after his suicide, the radical work of British novelist B S Johnson retains its power to unsettle and entertain in equal measure, argues Tim Martin - from the Daily Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/bookreviews/9885224/B-S-Johnson-Britains-one-man-literary-avant-garde.html
From David Hebblethwaite's blog about books https://davidhblog.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/reading-b-s-johnson/
24 Feb 2013
BSJ is a new peer-reviewed journal aimed at promoting the work of B.S. Johnson through academic criticism, essays, interviews, review and creative work. Affiliated with The B.S. Johnson Society, the journal seeks to reflect the multi-disciplinary approach of the writer himself whilst celebrating and analysing his on-going influence within contemporary culture.