Peter Webber is an emerging novelist based in Exeter. His work mixes fact and fiction creating what to many may seem like ludicrous scenarios that still manage to critique and represent many of our own present neuroses.
For his edition Webber has taken as his subject one of the smallest official streets in Europe: Exeter's own Parliament Street. Rather than create this work himself Webber has chosen to re-edit a work by a fellow writer who goes by the name of Jonathan Flarrien CBE, himself an emminent local scholar on the subject of Parliament Street.
The edition, a reclaimed historical text by Flarrien, charts the rise and demise of the Street's creator: Guylian Bartigon, a French aristocrat who aimed at dominating the cultural scene of Exeter whilst other forces conspired against him.