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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.

Posted 08:32 Friday, Apr 6, 2018 In: Literature Tags: A bird in the house Bronwen Griffiths Hastings Fringe Hastings Literary Festival Here Casts No Shadow Printed Matter Bookshop Rye Bookshop Troubador Publishing

Not Here, Not Us

Earlier this month, Bronwen Griffiths published her book of short stories and flash fiction, Not Here, Not Us, about Syrian refugees and the situation in Syria. HOT’s Zelly Restorick asked Bronwen about her interest in the conflict, her support for the refugees, the organisations she’s involved with, her inspiration for writing the book and how we can find out more about the crisis. 

Posted 18:19 Saturday, Dec 10, 2016 In: Literature Tags: A bird in the house Bronwen Griffiths Earlyworks Kay Green Not Here Not Us Samar Yazbek Syria Solidarity UK Women Now For Development

A Bird in the House: international novel by local author

Bronwen Griffiths is a familiar name to regular readers of Hastings Online Times. Over the years she has contributed short stories and poems. Back in February 2011, she happened to be on holiday in Libya when civil war broke out, and she ended up being airlifted out of the country by the Italian army. Like all good writers, personal experience feeds in to the creative process, and Bronwen’s first published novel is set partially in a Sussex town not unlike Hastings, and partially in Libya. HOT’s Erica Smith met up with Bronwen to separate the fact from the fiction…

Posted 19:37 Sunday, May 18, 2014 In: Literature Tags: 3 hares publishing A bird in the house Arab Spring author Bronwen Griffiths Erica Smith February 2011 Hastings novel Three Hares Publishing Tripoli
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