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Book launch: ‘Dhanmondi Road’

You’re invited to the book launch of Robin Young’s, Dhanmondi Road at Printed Matter Bookshop on Monday 14 October at 6pm. Free entry.

Posted 16:52 Saturday, Sep 28, 2019 In: Literature Tags: Dhanmondi Road Printed Matter Bookshop
Printed Matter Bookshop, 185 Queens Rd, Hastings

Best Bookshops: The Printed Matter Bookshop, 185 Queens Rd, Hastings

More than just a place to buy interesting books, The Printed Matter Bookshop runs author events and book clubs – and you can get vinyl, too. Lee Humphries talks to Angela J. Phillip about the delights and difficulties of running an independent bookshop.

Posted 13:40 Monday, Sep 16, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip Lee Humphries Printed Matter Bookshop

‘Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialisation’

Printed Matter bookshop will be jointly hosting the book launch of ‘Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialisation’ with Grace Blakeley and Hastings Momentum at St Mary in the Castle, Wednesday, 18 September. 6pm. £2 Door entry. Lee Humphries writes.

Posted 21:16 Saturday, Sep 14, 2019 In: Literature Tags: Grace Blakeley Lee Humphries Momentum Printed Matter Bookshop Repeater Books Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialisation

Bookchat: Writing is dangerous (and events June 18 onwards)

“No, don’t do it,” they said. “It will have terrible consequences,” and I started to think about how some people might use my story for their own purposes. Bad purposes. “Yes, you must write what you want,” somebody else said, “whatever the consequences.”

Posted 09:05 Tuesday, Jun 18, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Angela J. Phillip BOOKBUSTER John Boyne My brother's name is Jessica Printed Matter Bookshop Rachel Neuburger The Bookkeeper Bookshop
Really Independent Bookshop Week Jun 15 - 22

Bookchat – ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ (and events June 11 onwards)

Here is the events and news section that was previously underneath the main feature in Angela J. Phillip’s Hastings Bookchat. It’s now separate because people said they couldn’t find it. Please post comments if you would like further changes. Thanks for your feedback.

Posted 15:40 Tuesday, Jun 11, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: A Vasudevan Angela J. Phillip BOOKBUSTER Peter Wohlleben Printed Matter Bookshop The Bookkeeper Bookshop The Hidden Life of Trees The Literary Shed
The Bookkeeper Bookshop, St Leonards

Best Bookshops: The Bookkeeper Bookshop, St Leonards

Carol and Robert Dennard talk to Angela J. Phillip about how it all started and the fact that it’s not so much a bookshop, more a way of life. It’s in Kings Road, St Leonards. Books, books, books in the middle of a vibrant community with the sea just a couple of streets away.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Jun 4, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: A Vasudevan Afropean Angela J. Phillip Belonging Book launch BOOKBUSTER Carol Dennard Johnny Pitts Printed Matter Bookshop Robert Dennard The Bookkeeper Bookshop The Literary Shed Umi Sinha
Nevermore - bk 1 by Francis Booth

21 Things you might not know about Amazon Self-Publishing – by Francis Booth

Hastings-based writer, Francis Booth talks to Angela J. Phillip about the advantages of using Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). Francis has just finished making twenty of his books available through Amazon as both e-books and paperbacks. “It has been worthwhile and rewarding and much easier than you might think,” he says and offers the following checklist of points to note.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, May 14, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: A Vasudevan Amazon Self-publishing Angela J. Phillip Candy Denman Franics Booth KDP land of green ginger hastings Literary Shed Printed Matter Bookshop Simon Armitage the crown hastings the stag inn hastings

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.

Posted 07:37 Saturday, Nov 10, 2018 In: Literature Tags: Howard Colyer Lee Humphries Letter to my Father Printed Matter Bookshop
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