Events

Wed, 24 Jan 19:30
Sevenoaks Bookshop, 147 High Street, Sevenoaks

Matt Haig will be at the Methodist Church in The Drive talking about his latest novel How to Stop Time.

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Fri, 26 Jan 18:45
Emmanuel Centre, London

Daniel Pink, one of the top 10 most viewed TED speakers, shows how perfect timing is a science which will revolutionise when we make decisions and how best to live, work and succeed.

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Mon, 29 Jan 12:30
3 Thomas More Square, London

Join Daniel H Pink as he unlocks the scientific secrets to good timing to help you flourish at work, at school, and at home. A rare chance to see him in person!

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Wed, 31 Jan 19:00
Lutyens & Rubinstein, London

Join Jess Kidd in conversation with Joe Haddow for the launch of her second novel The Hoarder.

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Thu, 08 Feb 19:00
Dublin City Library & Archive, Dublin

Dublin UNESCO City of Literature, Canongate and The Rick O’Shea Book Club present author Jess Kidd in conversation with Rick O’Shea on Thursday 8th February at 7pm in Dublin City Library & Archive, Pearse St, Dublin 2.  Admission is free. All are welcome – no booking required. Light refreshments will be served. 

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Fri, 09 Feb 19:00
Blackwells Holborn, London

Join us on the first evening of the London Bookshop Crawl weekend in the cosy atmosphere of Blackwells, High Holborn, for an exciting event with author Jess Kidd. 

Her phenomenal first novel Himself was released to acclaim in 2016 and her second novel The Hoarder comes out on February 1st 2018. Jess will be in conversation with Sarah Franklin (Costa Awards judge & author of Shelter) and they'll be talking about the new book and all sorts of other things, so grab a drink and some nibbles and join the conversation!

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Thu, 22 Feb 18:45
Conde Nast, 16-17 Greek St, London

Psychologist Meg Jay’s TED talk – Why 30 is Not the New 20 – has had over nine million views. Her new book, Supernormal, looks at childhood trauma and why resilience isn't about bouncing back.

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Thu, 08 Mar 20:00
Topping & Co, St. Andrews

Before becoming a writer, Mick Kitson was a singer, a journalist and a fly-fisher and an English teacher at St Leonards. Topping are delighted to be launching Sal in the town where it was written.

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Tue, 13 Mar 19:00
Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London

Meet three of 2018’s most exciting authors over pizza and beer at the Foyles New Writer Showcase. Catherine Chanter, Jess Kidd and Mick Kitson will read from and discuss their work with the audience.

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Tue, 13 Mar 19:00
Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London

Meet three of 2018’s most exciting authors over pizza and beer at the Foyles New Writer Showcase. Catherine Chanter, Jess Kidd and Mick Kitson will read from and discuss their work with the audience.

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Tue, 13 Mar 19:00
Foyles, Charing Cross Road, London

Meet three of 2018’s most exciting authors over pizza and beer at the Foyles New Writer Showcase. Catherine Chanter, Jess Kidd and Mick Kitson will read from and discuss their work with the audience.

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Thu, 15 Mar 18:30
Waterstones West End, Edinburgh

Mick Kitson launches his debut novel Sal: a rich, wild and heartwarming debut novel about the end of childhood, the strength of a sister’s love and the power of nature. “Daring and original” Observer

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Sun, 18 Mar 18:30
Mitchell Library, Glasgow

Denise Mina, winner of The McIlvanney and Gordon Burn prizes, introduces two new writers: Mick Kitson, an Observer New Face of Fiction for 2018, and Danny Denton, author of The Earlie King & the Kid in Yellow.

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