Rimbaud and Verlaine House
A house in London (Camden) where the French poets Rimbaud and Verlaine lived after they fled Paris in the 1870s is up for sale, and Julian Barnes and a number of literary figures are trying to save it.
Barnes spoke about the rescue efforts on BBC Radio 4.
Listen to the program at the Radio 4 Today website (for a limited time).
View photos of the house by Isabelle Bocon-Gibod.
The contact for the campaign is Gerry Harrison: email@example.com