Lucinda Lambton is a writer, photographer and broadcaster. She has researched, written and presented some 55 films for the BBC as well as approximately 25 for ITV. They include On The Throne – The History of the Lavatory; The Great North Road – the architectural wonders from Edinburgh to London; ...
Tag: Author Talk
19th July 2016Literature Works
A Novel Nights Talk with Alice Jolly: How can fiction recover lost voices? Alice Jolly’s latest novel, Mary Ann Sate, Imbecile, is written in the voice of a very poor woman in Victorian England. In an era where working-class women’s stories remained a mystery, Alice will discuss how writers can recover ...
9th August 2018Alex Cluness
"The One Who Wrote Destiny took me nearly 20 years to write and a lot of the time it was because the story wasn't ready and I wasn't ready, and often the biggest mistakes writers make is committing to a book before it's ready," said Nikesh Shukla. At this month's Novel ...
9th August 2018Alex Cluness
Alex began his writing career with the dark, gripping thrillers ‘Cut to the Bone’ and ‘First to Die’. His latest book ‘Bollywood Wives’, released February 2019, is the first in a three book series about the glamorous, sexy, thrilling world of the biggest movie stars and their hidden secrets. Join ...
6th February 2019Alex Cluness
Join our free live webinar with Emily Critchley author of the YA novel, ‘Notes on My Family’, which has been long-listed (Branford Boase), shortlisted (Bristol Teen Book), nominated (Carnegie Medal) AND featured as The Sunday Times Children’s Book of the Week! Not bad for your first book! She has also ...
7th March 2019Alex Cluness
Would you like to ask David Litchfield a question about writing and illustrating a picture book? In that case join our free live webinar. David is a multi-award winning illustrator and author. As well as his own books, Grandad’s Secret Giant, The Bear and The Piano, and The Bear, The ...
22nd March 2019Alex Cluness
Meet Kate Moore, author of The Radium Girls, at Yatton Library and Children's Centre. Tickets are free, but booking is essential. The Radium Girls tells the incredible true story of the American women who were poisoned by the radium paint they worked with and courageously fought for justice after their employers ...
28th March 2019Alex Cluness
A rare chance to meet "one of our finest living novelists" (London Magazine) and celebrate the publication of his memoir Green Man Dreaming. Lindsay will be joined by two debit novelists whose work explores similar themes: Stephanie Bretherton, author of Bone Lines and Robert Woodshaw, author of The Iron Bird.
18th April 2019Alex Cluness
So you've written your book but are you prepared for your next steps towards publication? What do you need to know when submitting your manuscript? And are you prepared for everything that being a published author will bring? Will you need to use social media? Do you have to market your ...
3rd June 2019Alex Cluness
Weston-super-Mare author Justin Newland talks about his latest novel, The Old Dragon's Head, a historical thriller played out in the shadow of the Great Wall of China. ‘The Great Ming Code: How the Law Book of the Ming Dynasty attempted to harmonise human society with the will of Heaven’ will ...
19th June 2019Alex Cluness