Inspiring Older Readers
Margaret Atwood at The Hay Festival, 29th May 2018 posted on 30 May 2018
Margaret Atwood at The Hay Festival, 29th May 2018
Rosie: Scenes from a vanished life posted on 02 May 2018
I have just finished reading ‘Rosie: scenes from a vanished life’ and so I was very pleased to be able to hear Rose Tremain talk about her autobiography
Hay Festival 2018 programme posted on 27 Mar 2018
The full programme for this year's Hay festival has now been published ...
English Urbane and Irish Fizz at the Oxford Literary Festival posted on 24 Mar 2018
Our only trip to this year’s Oxford Literary festival was to see two literary heavyweights in rapid succession.
Book event variety is the spice of my life posted on 06 Feb 2018
People who know me well will not be surprised to hear that I am thoroughly enjoying every event that I do for The Letterpress Project
Once Upon a Time at Perrin’s House Residential and Nursing Care Home posted on 06 Dec 2017
Most people seem to enjoy listening to a well told story so why should it be any different for the elderly residents ....
John Vernon Lord @ blue-ginger, Cradley, Malvern (4/11/17) posted on 05 Nov 2017
John Vernon Lord is something of a well-kept secret in the world of illustration ...
Lemn Sissay at MAC, Birmingham (24/10/17) posted on 25 Oct 2017
Poet Lemn Sissay’s one person play Something Dark tells the story of his upbringing in children’s homes and foster care...
A Weekend of Words in Ludlow posted on 24 Oct 2017
During the summer I was pleased to get a phone call out of the blue inviting me to do some Letterpress Project events at this small literary festival in Sh
30 Years of Rebus posted on 13 Oct 2017
It’s guaranteed to make you feel ancient when a series of novels that you’ve been reading suddenly celebrates some ridiculous anniversary.