The Library at Petroc will be hosting its first ever author visit next month in conjunction with Barnstaple library. Jem Lester featured on Simon Mayo’s Drive time Book Club when his novel, Schtum was published in hardback last year. Jem will be talking about his book, coming out in paperback this ...
Tag: Live Literature
31st January 2017Literature Works
"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
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. She has appeared on the BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine ...
11th November 2019Alex Cluness
An evening of live poetry and fiction readings, presented by poet Rachael Allen and novelist Patrick Langley, both of whom will read from their recent work. Rachael Allen published her first full collection of poems, 'Kingdomland', was published by Faber in 2019. References from her childhood in Cornwall cohabit with fictions, ...
10th February 2020Alex Cluness
An online, transatlantic, literary party for writers with live readings, literary conversation, and music with British and American authors. Writers are coming together from Britain and America to showcase their writing and discuss literature. The event is hosted by UK-based Novel Nights and US-based Cheap Imitation. The UK novelists are: Fiona ...
5th August 2020Alex Cluness
Join our live audience as we chat with David Nicholls, Mike Gayle and James Bailey, three amazing authors who write funny, heartwarming, poignant stories about love and human connection and ask them “What do men really know when writing about love?“ As one of Britain’s most successful writers David Nicholls has ...
12th November 2020Alex Cluness