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Flash fiction

Bookchat: Flash fiction – kerpow! (and events July 9 onwards)

Yes, it’s very short. Condensed and explosive. Reader reads. Reader expands and story lingers. That’s how it works but how do you write a piece like that? Angela J. Phillip explores the form of the flash, dribble, drabble, micro – or the tiny tiny story with the long life.

Big Sky by Kate Atkinson

Bookchat: 10 books for summer reading (and events July 2 onwards)

Sun sweetly shines, sea gently ripples, relax and reach for a book.  Angela J. Phillip offers ten sizzlers you might like to try from detective stories through a strange tale with a philosophical slant to moving tales of love and music.

Posted 09:05 Tuesday, Jul 2, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: A Vasudevan All the light we cannot see Andrea Levy Angela J. Phillip Anthony Doerr Big Sky BOOKBUSTER Candy Denman Creative Writing courses CWP and New Writing South Elena Ferrante Esi Edugyan Hastings Literary Festival Hastingslitfest Jessie Burton Paul Burston The Bookkeeper Bookshop The Literary Shed The Printed Matter Bookshop Yaa Gyasi
Cheerful writing

Bookchat: Reasons to feel cheerful and write (and events June 25 onwards)

Why do we write? Somebody said it was to find out what we think. Last Thursday at the Sheer Poetry event at Bookbusters, Susan Evans told us that Anais Nin said it was ‘to taste life twice’. Angela J. Phillip has a look at some of the reasons we write – and some of the effects!  

Posted 18:05 Monday, Jun 24, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: A Vasudevan Angela J. Phillip BOOKBUSTER New Writing South Rachel Neuburger-Reynolds reasons to write Susan Green The Bookkeeper Bookshop The Literary Shed The Printed Matter Bookshop
Dangerous

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
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