Clive Stafford Smith’s latest book Injustice details the trial of Krishna Maharaj, a British national who has been wrongly imprisoned for 18 years.
As soon as Chris Bigsby introduced American author Jane Smiley, it was evident we were in for an interesting evening: author of over 20 books, Pulitzer prize winner…and 89th on Goldberg’s list of 100 People Who Are Screwing Up...
After the cancellation of her original date, Tracey Thorn, rather than open the 2019 Spring Literary Festival, came to ‘bury it’ to use her own words. In conversation with senior Creative Writing lecturer Henry Sutton, Thorn, one half of...
Journalist-turned-novelist A.D. Miller shares his understanding of his "moral thriller", Snowdrops.
The Spring Literary festival most recently saw Jean McNeil in conversation with John Boyne, the award winning writer known for novels such as The Boy in Stripped Pyjamas and The Heart’s Invisible Furies. Director of the festival, Philip Langeskov,...
October is the season of all that is spooky and what better an author with whom to celebrate this time of year than the queen of horror herself, Mary Shelley. Strangely, there was clearly a conscious decision in a...