Enfield Literary festival

Edmonton Green Library, 36-44 South Mall, Edmonton
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This event ended on Saturday 27th of January 2018
Admission

£3/ £5 Concession

Location

Edmonton Green Library, 36-44 South Mall, Edmonton

Nearest Stations

Edmonton Green 0.19 miles

Website

https://www.enfieldfestivals.co.uk/

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Morning Session: Catherine Johnson 10 - 12pm
Catherine Johnson, author and writer for film, TV and radio (A Nest of Vipers, Sawbones, The Curious Tale of the Lady Caraboo, Blade and Bone) talks about, and lends advice on, creative writing.
Event 1: Surgery 10 - 11am
Event 2: Talk and Q&A 11:15 to 12pm
 
Afternoon Session Part One: Alex Woolf 1- 3pm
Past and future worlds: Alex Woolf talks about how his passion for history and science has helped shape his fiction.
Event 3: How to build your confidence in Writing: Workshop on Creative Writing. 1pm – 1.45pm.
Event 4: Talk and Q&A with Alex Woolf. 2pm – 2.45pm
 
Afternoon Session Part Two: Lamb’s and Journalism 3- 5pm
"My poor dear dearest sister”: Katy Beavers presents Charles and Mary Lamb - Idolisation, Inspiration and Insanity.  
Event 5: Lecture of Lambs Katy Beavers 3-4pm
Has the rise of digital media, blogs and hyper-local journalism enriched our local media landscape? by Martin Russo.
Event 6: Martin Russo, Founder & Editor of Entwo for Enfield  4-5pm

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