We are offering a series of talks,
readings and panels in the spacious first floor balcony
room, throughout the day. All events are FREE.
in the Sands of Time
talks about the women explorers of the Arabian Desert, featured in her
(details to come)
Newton and Juliet
Greenwood, read from their
books and discuss the inspiration of Wales.
Witch Lit and a vote for women's fiction
talk by Wendy
Steele, author of the Lilith trilogy and the
Standing Stone series.
Williams and Dave Urwin
perform their work.
world of Fantasy and Science Fiction
talks about his popular books for young adults.
my way out of Dyslexia
Murray talks about her victorious battle with dyslexia and
offers advice for dealing with it.
from the past.
authors, Phil Carradice,
Watkins and David
Jeremiah discuss their explorations of history
read from their work.
A series of workshops
will also be offered in a second-floor room (lift access available).
Once again, all workshops are FREE,
but places are limited,
book your place by emailing email@example.com
page to stage: a storyteller's tips for
performing to an audience.
Hayley "Haloquin" Addis, author of "Pagan Portals: Your Faery Magic"
and creator of storytelling show "The Goblin Circus" shares her top
tips for speaking to an audience from the perspective of someone once
crippled by stagefright who has now performed gleefully in front of
hundreds of strangers.
and Games for Family and Friends: Children's
mystery writer Sharon
Tregenza offers mazes and muses, dot-to-dot and
wotnots! There will be puzzles and prizes too.
||Fear is the Key: creating the darkest places for
the darkest hearts. Sally Spedding, author of How to Write a Chiller Thriller,
leads you through the secrets of writing horror, crime and dark fiction.
a Short Story.
novelist and highly respected and experienced Creative Writing Tutor,
introduces you to the vital elements of a successful short story.
Sharon Tregenza, Angela Fish and Lynne Benton will be in the Children's Corner
all day, ready to read and talk to a young audience.