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Hannah Sheppard

How to submit your novel – advice from Hannah Sheppard (and literary events from 3 Sept 2019)

Hope sprouts like a weed in the heart of every aspiring author when Hannah Sheppard from the DHH Literary Agency walks into the room. The Hastings Litfest workshop on How to prepare your novel for submission was held on Friday 30th and Angela J. Phillip reports on what happened.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Sep 3, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip DHH Literary Agency Hannah Sheppard Hastings LitFest 2019 How to submit your novel
'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
Gangster School

East Sussex youngsters to get chance to design for children’s books

Some lucky Hastings and St Leonards youngsters will get the chance to see their creative work in print reports Angela J. Phillip. This will be in a popular children’s book series, thanks to author Kate Wiseman.

Posted 14:36 Friday, Aug 9, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip Chidlren's Books Ed Boxall Hastings library Hastings Literary Festival Hastings LitFest 2019 Kate Wiseman
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.

What's happening?

Bookchat: You tell the stories your way – life writing as only you know how (and events July 23 onwards)

Is it about writing a whole life story? No, not really. What then? It’s about hundreds and thousands of stories. All yours and only you can do it. That’s what it is. The stories of your life. Little ones, big ones, other people’s stories seen through your eyes. Your opinions on things. Think of Phoebe Waller-Bridge with Fleabag. Think of Karl Ove Knausgaard. The stories will be there for your children or other people’s children. For everyone. You can make us laugh and cry and wonder at the life you’ve led. Angela J. Phillip has a look at how to do it.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Jul 23, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip Hastings Literary Festival Hastings LitFest 2019 Life writing
Sir David Hare, Patron of Hastings LitFest

Hastings Literary Festival unveils 2019 programme

Hastings Literary Festival has announced its programme for 2019, featuring George Orwell’s adopted son Richard Blair, musician and writer Tracey Thorn, TV presenters Alice Roberts and Lucy Cooke, and many local authors among a wide array of literary talent. HOT’s Lauris Morgan-Griffiths spills the beans.

Posted 13:13 Friday, Apr 19, 2019 In: Literature Tags: Alic Roberts Get Hastings Reading Hastings LitFest 2019 Lucy Cooke Rachel Reeves MP Richar Blair Simon Guerrier Sir David Hare
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