Dancing with Bees is Strawbridge Howard’s charming and eloquent account of a return to noticing, to rediscovering a perspective on the world that had somehow been lost to her for decades and to reconnecting with the natural world. With special ... More information
Using the structure of the carol as a jumping off point, he explores the place of twelve fascinating British birds in our history, culture and landscape. Some of the birds are obvious, there’s the swan and of course the partridge. ... More information
A Home from Home - Veronica Henry
As the first apples start to fall for the cider harvest, will Dragonfly Farm begin to give up its secrets? A Home from Home is the very best of Veronica Henry’s storytelling - gorgeous ... More information
Be inspired by Mel Collins, author of 'The Handbook for Highly Sensitive People' in this live online Q & A session hosted by I AM in print.
Mel is a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, Spiritual Healer, Reiki Master, Auricular Acupuncturist and Intuitive. ... More information
Bestselling authors, Raynor Winn and Catrina Davies will discuss their recent memoirs, each of which recounts a personal experience of homelessness. Grappling with class, economics, mental health and nature, these moving and inspiring stories shine a light on the country-wide ... More information
In this memoir, Alan looks back at his pursuit of rock stardom, and his parallel life as a supermarket worker, postman, union official and father of three, through the music that accompanied it – on vinyl, cassette tape or blasting ... More information
The Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay Bristol,
BS1 4QAUnited Kingdom
Join our writer-in-residence for a special reading tour of Still I Rise.
We are delighted to have Melissa Chemam working with us as writer-in-residence throughout Still I Rise. On this tour, she will link pieces of writing to a selection of artworks ... More information
The Old Library, 10 Lower Bore Street Bodmin,
"If I didn't write poetry, I think I'd explode." - Charles Causley.
Down Stage Write (in association with The Charles Causley Trust) presents four brand new plays written by Devon and Cornwall based playwrights inspired by the poetry of Charles Causley; ... More information
Alison Weir and Siobhan Clarke read from their book, A Tudor Christmas and reveal how many of our favourite Christmas traditions date back to the Tudor period. Carol singing, present giving and mulled wine were just as popular, along with ... More information
Join us as we welcome author Luke Jennings to Exeter Custom House. He'll be talking about his smash hit novels, the creation of the 'criminally good' assassin Villanelle, exploring the dynamic between Villanelle and Eve and telling us about how his ... More information