Cheltenham Festival Logo

Fri 6 Oct 2017 4:00pm – 5:30pm

Cheltenham Literature Festival

The Bookseller’s Associate Editor Caroline Sanderson presents three Distinctive authors for 2018 from Two Roads – a new imprint of John Murray Press. The Sealwoman’s Gift, set in 17th century Iceland, is the debut novel from Sally Magnusson, bestselling author of Where Memories Go. Twitter superstar Aaron Gillies’ The Anxiety Survival Guide is a funny, reassuring and helpful book for when your brain is your worst enemy, and Sarah Haywood introduces the prickly heroine of her sparkling debut The Cactus.

Venue
The Nook, Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham GL50 1UL

Tickets
01242 850270 or boxoffice@cheltenhamfestivals.com

Price
£15 plus transaction fee* Ticket includes refreshments and a goody bag of limited edition proofs.

Cactus Graphic

Another great @McrLitFest event, this time with Simon Armitage & @Guy_Garvey. Wise words from SA: if you end up creating exactly what you set out to create then you’ve failed. Creating should be a process of discovery and the final work should feel slightly beyond your abilities

Loved hearing fellow Reese Witherspoon Book Club author Celeste Ng @pronounced_ing at the @McrLitFest. She had a great plotting analogy: a road trip where you make unexpected diversions/stopovers and check out early from places that weren’t as interesting as you thought they’d be

I’ve never identified with a fictional character as much as I identify with this one. ⁦@ReesesBookClub⁩ ⁦@SarahxHaywood⁩ #TheCactus #SweaterWeather