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'The closer I get' by Paul Burston

The Closer I Get, a book of our time (and literary events from 27 Aug, 2019)

A. Vasudevan reviews Paul Burston’s new book, published by Orenda Books.

Somebody I used to know by Wendy Mitchell

Dementia – eleven books to help us cope (and literary events from 20 Aug 2019)

A search in the mind for a word that you used to know and you start to worry. Not about the word. About getting dementia. Do you have a friend or a loved one with Alzheimer’s? Do you find it difficult? Angela J. Phillip reports on eleven books that might help us to cope.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Alice la Plante Alzheimer's Angela J. Phillip Aruna Vasudevan books about dementia Christine Bryden Dancing with dementia David Walliams Dementia from the inside Elizabeth is missing Emma Healey Francis Booth Grandpa's great escape Hastings Literary Festival 2019 Hastings LitFest 2019 Jennifer Bute John D Robinson Keeping Mum Lisa Genova Marianne Talbot Matthew Thomas Nicci Gerrard Pete Donohue Somebody I used to know Still Alice The memory activity book Turn of MInd We are not ourselves Wendy Mitchell What dementia teaches us about love
Paul Burston

Hastings author’s traumatic experience sparks idea for novel

A Hastings author has turned his shattering personal experience of being cyber-stalked into material for a new thriller, which is gaining glowing reviews report  the organisers of Hastings LitfestPaul Burston, author of six novels and editor of two short story collections, was subject to homophobic harassment over a sustained period.

Metamorphosis 2 by Angela J. Phillip

Bookchat: How to write a poem- 1 (and events July 30 onwards)

It’s like a quilted bedspread or a wall-hanging. A piece of music perhaps. So lovely to see and feel what other people have made, but it’s thrilling – and liberating – to create your own. With the aid of Chuma Nwokolo, Jnr, John D. Robinson and Brian Docherty Angela J. Phillip finds out how to  write a poem.

Dalek coming to St Leonards

Dalek rolls into St Leonards as part of Litfest Doctor Who event

Doctor Who fans will get the chance to meet a ‘live’ Dalek face-to-face reports Angela J. Phillip. They will be able to use a special piece of kit to sound exactly like one of the Doctor’s fearsome adversaries at a special family event taking place at Hastings Literary Festival in August.

Catherine Cookson

Annual lecture launched to honour Hastings writer Catherine Cookson

Hastings Literary Festival has announced it is launching an annual Catherine Cookson Lecture, reports Angela J. Phillip. This is to honour the best-selling writer who made Hastings her home for many years.

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