Justin 'The Guyliner' Myers and Alix Fox discuss The Last Romeo

Thursday 31st May 19:00 at London - Tottenham Court Road

Join author Justin ‘The Guyliner’ Myers as he discusses his debut novel The Last Romeo on publication day, with multi-award-winning journalist/broadcaster/ Sex Educator of the Year 2016 Alix Fox.

The Last Romeo is “razor-sharp and cringingly candid account of one man's quest for The One is as sad, fearless and funny as dating itself”, following newly-single James as he navigates the world of online dating, blogging as the mysterious ‘Romeo’. Alix and Justin will discuss the book and the world of sex, relationships, online dating and gay narratives.

After years working in journalism, Justin Myers began his popular, sensational anonymous dating blog The Guyliner in 2010, spent five years as dating and advice columnist in Gay Times and is now a weekly columnist at British GQ. The Last Romeo has received rave endorsements from Adam Kay (‘funny, clever and warm’), Daisy Buchanan ('Extremely funny, with real heart, depth and resonance') and Indy100: ‘We can't remember the last time there was this much buzz in the literary world over a same-sex love story’.

Journalist Alix Fox is an X-rated agony aunt on The Modern Mann podcast, and helped brand the Royal Foundation's Heads Together campaign.  Besides dozens of accolades and activities, she will be co-hosting a brand new late night sex comedy show for BBC Radio 1: Unexpected Fluids in May.

Tickets are £5 and redeemable against a copy of The Last Romeo. There will be a Q&A and a signing.

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