by Andrew Mason
The publication of Kevin Marsh’s new book ‘Stumbling Over Truth’ seems to have attracted little media attention and has so far generated no wider commentary about the circumstances it describes and the issues it raises.
John Kampfner, writing for the Observer last Sunday, appears to be the only mainstream journalist to have currently written a review of the book. Admittedly, this account was posted only in the Observer’s less obvious Culture > Books > Politics section when it might have been read more widely had it been positioned in the Guardian’s ‘Comment is Free’ section, but this piece (at the time of writing this post – on the following Tuesday afternoon) has not yet attracted so much as one single comment.
Marsh attended two separate debate events to launch the book. The first of these was held (and can now be viewed) at the Frontline Club on Tuesday 18 September, and the second was at the University of Westminster on Monday 24 September, the announcement of which we have already covered in a previous post. There appears to be no transcript or video coverage of this second event available in the public domain.
An interview with Kevin Marsh can be seen here on the Biteback Publishing website.