Come and celebrate on the eve of the 2017 Baileys Prize winner announcement with this special panel event supported by Grazia
One of the most prestigious literary awards in the world, the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, celebrates excellence, originality and accessibility in women’s writing.
Come help us celebrate on the eve of the 2017 winner announcement with this special panel event supported by Grazia and hosted by novelist and Baileys Prize co-founder Kate Mosse featuring a variety of high profile, creative and inspirational women looking at the books by women that they love and have most influenced their lives.
Joining the panel is author Aminatta Forna, newly published writer Katie Khan and writer, poet, television presenter and former Loose Women panelist, June Sarpong and editorial consultant Aki Schilz.
Enjoy a delicious Baileys iced coffee or Baileys Chocolat Luxe* included in the ticket price. You’ll also have the chance to pose questions to the panellists, who will be confirmed closer to the date.
Tickets: £8 per ticket or £5 for Foyalty members. You must have your Foyalty card on you on the night to present at the door. Not a Foyalty member? Sign up for free here.
Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
Romance in the Court 2017 with some of the biggest names in romantic women’s fiction
Authors attending include:
Katie Fforde, Jo Thomas, Liz Fenwick, Jodi Ellen Malpas, Jules Wake, Rachael Featherstone
Harriet Evans, Emylia Hall, Phillipa Ashley, Caro Fraser, Katie Marsh, Fanny Blake, Jean Fullerton
Tasmina Perry, Hilary Boyd, Domenica de Rosa, Katie Khan, Elaine Everest, Chrissie Manby, Talulah Riley
Carole Matthews, Sue Watson, Vanessa Greene, Jenny Ashcroft, Eva Woods, Elizabeth Chadwick, Rowan Coleman
Sue Moorcroft, Tracy Buchanan, Gill Paul, Holly Martin, Sarah Long, Nadia Marks, Juliet West,
Isabelle Broom, Julie Cohen, Janet Gover
Please join us for our second Romance in the Court event, which will take place on 25th May 2017.
We will have a fantastic lineup of some of the biggest names in romantic women’s fiction joining us on the evening.
The event will take place from 6-9pm and we hope you can join us – tickets are available at the bottom of the page. Ticket price is redeemable against the price of books on the evening.
Alan Bissett Introduces… Luke Kennard & Katie Khan
Novelist and playwright Alan Bissett will be talking to Luke and Katie about their terrifically imaginative debut novels.
In Luke Kennard’s The Transition young adults spend six months living under the supervision of two successful adults of a slightly older generation. Freed from their financial responsibilities, they are coached through Employment, Nutrition, Responsibility, Relationship, Finances and Self-Respect. Only then are they reintegrated into adult society.
In Katie Khan’s Hold Back the Stars Carys and Max are adrift in space with nothing to hold on to but each other. They can’t help but look back at the well-ordered world they have left behind – at the rules they couldn’t reconcile themselves to, and a life to which they might now never return. In a world where love is banned, what happens when you find it?
Debut authors Elan Mastai and Katie Khan in conversation with Joe Haddow
Join two talented authors Elan Mastai and Katie Khan for an evening event celebrating their dazzling debut novels All Our Wrong Todays and Hold Back the Stars. The event will bechaired by Joe Haddow, Producer of BBC Radio 2 Book Club.
Both novels are imaginative and compelling debut novels set in worlds that are futuristic versions of our own, with love stories set falling through space or freewheeling through time. Elan and Katie have careers in the film industry, and will be talking about film, books and world-building in fiction.
Join us for wine and conversation with two of 2017’s most talented new authors!
Tickets cost £8 and are redemable against copies of the books on the night. Tickets are available online, in store or by calling 02078512400. Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details: 02078512400
Vanguard Readings is a monthly series of short readings by new writers and established authors.
There will be 6 writers per event, both published and unpublished, reading for around 10 minutes each. Readings start 7.30pm.
Free entry, pay bar, food available. All welcome!
Find out more: https://www.facebook.com/events/1763896290597784/