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Letter to my Father

Interested in Kafka?

Local resident, Howard Colyer is giving a reading of his translation of Kafka’s Letter to my Father at Printed Matter Bookshop. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks him about his connection with Kafka.

Jane Sarre, actively hoping -  and working towards a fairer future for all

Active Hope: a book club

Active Hope: How to Face the Mess we’re in Without Going Crazy. The challenges we currently face can be difficult even to think about. Climate change, the depletion of oil, economic upheaval, and mass extinction together create a planetary emergency of overwhelming proportions. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked Jane about the catalyst for forming the book group and her future vision. 

A sustainable economic system for us all

Economics as if people and planet matter

Evolving and exploring sustainable economics systems. Locally. Thinking in terms of our specific USPs (Unique Selling Points). A fully personalised, local sustainable economic system that considers us (humanity), the planet, resources and a thriving environment for all involved, whatever variety of Earth Resident you are. HOT’s Zelly Restorick, a member of a local action group, reports.

Decolonising the University

‘De-colonising the University’

The book, Decolonising the University is the subject of a book talk organised by Lee Humphries at his bookshop, Printed Matter Bookshop on Queen’s Road. Two of the contributors will be present for the discussion.

Posted 10:29 Monday, Sep 3, 2018 In: Literature Tags: ,
Bronwen Griffith's latest novel

Here Casts No Shadow

Here Casts No Shadow is the latest novel by local author, Bronwen Griffiths. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks about her deep connection with the written word, her motivation and the inspiration for her latest book, which she will be talking about at two events in May.

Suffragettes' poster parade Reproduced with permission from The Keep

Turbulent Spinsters

Ann Kramer’s latest book, Turbulent Spinsters, is the story of local women who fought for the right to vote. Ann is a prolific writer and has joined forces with Kay Green at Earlyworks Press – both Hastings residents – to publish this book about local social history; a fascinating read for anyone who wants to know how local women contributed to this nationwide campaign and what happened to them on their journey. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asks Ann about Turbulent Spinsters and her passion for writing and research.

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Is Monogamy Dead?

A question asked – and a book written – by Rosie Wilby, who will be discussing this topic on Thursday 19 April at 6pm at Lee Humphries’ Printed Matter Bookshop. 

Posted 06:40 Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018 In: Literature Tags: , , ,
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Discoveries on Queens Road

Queens Road is a part of Hastings that has been a long time in regeneration. Now it looks like the balance might be tipping in it’s favour, as new businesses begin to emerge. HOT’s Nick Weekes had a look around.

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