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Alun Lewis at the Hay Festival!

Part of our centenary celebrations this year are taking us to the Hay Festival, quite possibly the best literary festival in the world.

On Tuesday 26th May there’ll be two events celebrating the centenary, and the tickets are available now! 161 more words

Hay on Wye, a book lover's paradise

I first visited Hay when I was in the midst of GCSE revision hell. With my six lever arch folders, array of highlighters, flash cards and wall charts in tow, I didn’t have the best time and don’t remember being at all impressed by the lack of internet access in our little hotel or the high proportion of people over 50 compared to anyone my age I could talk to between bursts of Wordsworth and Hardy essays. 541 more words


Hay Festival from 21 - 31 May 2015

HAY FESTIVAL 21–31 MAY 2015: I would really love to go if I could afford it. This and The London Book Fair at Olympia are both what’s been on my mind for years. 192 more words


I am Volunteering at Hay Festival 2015.

Yay! I will share which events I am doing as soon as I find out. Also stay tuned for my blog post on last year’s Hay Festival….


Hay-on-Wye : The Town of Books

A destination for literature lovers

Imagine a place where it’s possible to find a fine bookshop in every corner. Now imagine this is also a picturesque and inspiring town to visit. 640 more words


New Clients, Old Faces by Hannah Sheppard

I’m often asked where I find my clients and the obvious answer, and most frequent reality, is my submission pile. And that is definitely a good route for budding authors. 478 more words

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The Last Vote - Philip Coggan

At the Hay Festival last spring, I heard Coggan talk about this book. It sounded sufficiently intriguing to add to the mental tbr list, and later on I finally ordered it from the Guardian bookshop. 184 more words

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