Events

Tue, 24 Sep 20:00
Topping & Company Booksellers, Bath

Journalist, essayist, novelist and contributing editor at the London Review of Books  will be at Topping & Co Bath talking about his new novel To Calais, In Ordinary Time.

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Mon, 30 Sep 19:15
British Library, London

James Meek and Samantha Harvey considers the way in which medieval literature continues to provide a constant source of modern inspiration for contemporary novelists. 

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Sat, 12 Oct 11:00
Birmingham and Midland Institute, Birmingham

Harriet Shawcross will be speaking about her book Unspeakable at Birmingham Literature Festival along with Adélaïde Bon and Rhik Samadder, chaired by Justina Hart. 

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Mon, 23 Sep 19:00
St Mary's Church, Appledore

George Alagiah brings his exhilarating debut political thriller The Burning Land to Appledore Book Festival, in which his precise detail and insight portrays the new South Africa with authority.

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Mon, 30 Sep 19:00
Mirth, Marvel and Maud, London

Walthamstow Rock ‘n’ Roll Book Club is excited to welcome Mark Radcliffe to discuss his book Crossroads, a personal account of key moments in music history told in Mark's witty and inimitable style.

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Tue, 01 Oct 19:00
Knowledge Centre, The British Library, London

Join the British Library in welcoming Dina Nayeri who will discuss her book The Ungrateful Refugee, and how literary storytelling of the refugee experience compares to media and political narratives.

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Sun, 06 Oct 18:30
Henley Literary Festival, Henley

Join BBC Broadcaster George Alagiah at Henley Literary Festival as he talks about his gripping new political thriller The Burning Land.

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Sat, 12 Oct 17:30
Main Marquee, St Endellion

Come along to the North Cornwall Book Festival and listen to the brilliant Tracey Thorn talking about her book Another Planet, a vivid and humorous exploration of suburbia.

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Sun, 17 Nov 14:30
Abbot Hall Social Centre, Kendal

Join Kendal Mountain Festival in welcoming Dan Richards as he discusses his book Outpost and asks: Why are we drawn to wilderness? And what does the future hold for outposts on the edge?

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