Events

Hutchinson Proof Party at the Cheltenham Literature Festival

Saturday 5th October, 3.30pm-5pm, The Spiegeltent, £10 

Next year, Orange Prize winner Helen Dunmore will publish her tenth novel (THE LIE) and Dea Brøvig  her first (THE LAST BOAT HOME). Join them and Hutchinson's Publishing Director Jocasta Hamilton for tea and a preview of two of the most eagerly anticipated novels of 2014.

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The Girly Book Club

Tuesday 29th April, 7pm
Ember, Private downstairs room, 99-100 Turnmill Street, City of London, EC1M 5QP
​£10 (£5 for Premium Members)

www.girlybookclub.com

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Stories Aloud

Tuesday 10th June, 7.30pm
The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ 
£5 (Concessions £3)

www.oldfirestation.org.uk

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Edinburgh International Book Festival

Saturday 16th August, 10.15am, The Guardian Spiegeltent, £10/£8
With Karin Altenberg, chaired by Jackie McGlone

Meet two exceptional writers whose evocative tales each hinge on a moment of searing drama. Karin Altenberg’s BREAKING LIGHT is set in 1950s Devon and features friends trying to offset the terror of bullies and the trauma of family secrets. Dea Brøvig’s debut, THE LAST BOAT HOME, conjures up dark mysteries within a home on the windswept southern coast of Norway.

www.edbookfest.co.uk

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Hamstead & Highgate Literary Festival

Monday 15th September, 11am, £8

Lisa Jewell, the queen of emotional, thought-provoking, character-driven women's fiction introduces Dea Brøvig's THE LAST BOAT HOME, a devastating debut novel about sacrifice, survival and a mother's love; Hermione Eyre's debut novel, VIPER WINE, which takes a scalpel to the historical novel, rendering 1632 in Pop Art prose; and Andrew Clover's THE THINGS I'D MISS, an original, funny book about love, marriage and loss.

www.hamhighlitfest.com

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UEA Live

Thursday 19th February, 2015
​(more information to come)








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