We are thrilled to announce that author of “whodunnit heaven”, William Ryan will be appearing at Bookstock on Saturday 18 May.
Join fellow readers in studying the oddities of human behaviour, travelling to the Himalayas, solving a crime at Ally Pally, dipping toes into coastlines around the world, and listening to some louche poetry on 18 May.
Liz Harris will be reading from her prize-winning ‘The Road Back’ at Bookstock on 18 May. What inspired her to set part of her novel in Ladakh, an Indian province near Tibet?
The Booktrust blogger and Carnegie Medal-winning author of ‘The Radleys’ will introduce and read from his rather special new novel ‘The Humans.’
Keith Kahn-Harris is writing a book about unsung heroes, in unsung communities, doing incredible things, such as the best waterskiier in Luxembourg. Here’s how you can help shape his book.
Angela confesses to what drove to share her most intimate thoughts about books with a group of strangers – and why she is still doing it over three years later.
T.D. Griggs opened Bookstock with a powerful polemic. He compared his experience republishing his million-selling thriller Redemption Blues via Amazon to traditional publishing – here’s what he had to say.
Coming to Bookstock this Saturday? Please bring a book to swap and a book to donate to the bookshelves of Arlington Homeless Hostel.
Why settle for the same old authors? Read something new in 2013 – here’s a taste of the books you’ll discover at our unique Bookstock literary night on Saturday 26 January.
Just two weeks to go until Bookstock, and we are thrilled to announce two new additions to the line up of our most varied literary night yet.
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