Fahrenzine (FHZ02-004) : Just Another Day : Rob Gittins

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Fahrenzine is a new adventure in publishing brought to you exclusively by Fahrenheit Press. 

Each issue features a single short story from one of the most exciting crime fiction talents in the world and is strictly limited to only 100 hand-numbered copies. 

Featuring no-nonsense typography and published pamphlet style, Fahrenzine takes inspiration from our old skool punk heritage and pays homage to the pioneering DIY spirit of revolutionary zines like Sniffin Glue, Chainsaw and New York Rocker.

Every single issue of Fahrenzine we've released has sold out in the blink of an eye - the only place you can find them now is on eBay.

Issues 1-13 proved so popular that due to popular demand we've brought the Fahrenzines back for Season 2.

The latest issue is something pretty special as we’re debuting a brand new Fahrenheit author for the very first time.

Issue 4 of this run of Fahrenzine is Just Another Day by Rob Gittins.

Rob Gittins is an award-winning screenwriter who has written for numerous top-rated UK television drama series, including EastEnders (where he’s the longest serving scriptwriter with over 300 episodes to his credit) as well as Casualty and The Bill. He has also written over twenty original radio plays for BBC Radio 4 and his drama series, Losing Paradise, won the Gold Drama Medal at the New York International Radio Festival.

He was Executive Producer on Crash, a drama series for BBC Wales and he was also Script Executive and writer on Stella, created by and featuring Ruth Jones (Gavin and Stacey). Rob’s work in TV and radio drama has been watched and listened to by millions in the UK & abroad, somehow he has also found the time to publish 5 novels.

His debut Fahrenheit novel, Cash Rules Everything Around Me will be published in September 2022.

Remember as with all the Fahrenzines, only the 100 people who buy this will ever get to read this story - we anticipate people will be fighting to get their hands on this one so don't hang about.

Only 100 numbered copies have been printed - when they're gone, they're gone