On the spot: Six questions for Lynne Featherstone
Charlotte Philby is a writer and reporter at The Independent, currently based on the news desk after six years on the Saturday magazine. She has been shortlisted for the 2013 Cudlipp award for excellence in popular journalism for an undercover investigative into a website offering students up to £15,000 in return for sex. She has also written for cultural magazines including Dazed & Confused and NYLON and contributed to several books, among them a biography of French street artist Blek Le Rat. A mother and born-and-bred Londoner, she spends most of her free time working on her first crime fiction novel.
Monday 10 December 2012
Q: Last album you bought?
A: 21, the second one by Adele
Q: Last place you went for dinner?
A: The Red Lion and Sun pub in Highgate
Q: Last book you read?
A: The epic fantasy novel The Way of Kings, by Brandon Sanderson
Q: Last gig or concert you attended?
A: A concert, at London’s Ex Cathedra
Q: Last sporting event you attended?
A: The Paralympic Games
Q: Last film you saw?
A: David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis
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