Because one just wasn’t enough for the demand, I’m running two writing for wellbeing workshops at this year’s Folkestone Book Festival. Come on down!
The annual Folkestone Book Festival is back, and the programme is as packed as ever with writers, publishers, authors, actors and comedians all ready to discuss books and their place in the world. Taking place from Friday 17th November to Sunday 26th November, it features an impressive selection of talks, workshops and performances from localContinue reading “Folkestone Book Festival 2017”
Dave James Horn is a prolific poet. When he hasn’t got his pen on a page his head is alive with words, all shifting about and forming themselves into rhythm and rhyme. His first full collection, Visible Thoughts, takes those literary shapes and brings them to the page. In over two hundred poems exploring philosophy,Continue reading “Visible Thoughts by Dave James Horn”
‘No one who reads could possibly turn out like Trump.’ At least not according to the prolific and talented Dame Margaret Drabble. And, as author of nineteen novels, twice editor of the Oxford Companion of English Literature, married to Michael Holroyd and younger sister of AS Byatt, she knows a thing or two about reading.Continue reading “Margaret Drabble gets The Novel Cure”