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I`ll make a start with www.lowdhambookfestival.co.uk
Anyone know of any others ?
I'm speaking at the Edinburgh Book Festival in August; details are here.
October is a busy month it's also when we have our food & drink festival!
My goodness what geography!! Manchester is near Ramsbottom which is the centre of Britain. Now I live in Inverness I know what it's like to live at the edge.
I thought, with the Hay Book Festival in full swing (until 6th June), and kicking off a summer of more, this would be as good a time as any to revive this groovy topic idea. Or try to. Smaller events I'm especially interested in myself, especially those in Wales, which I may even be able to get to.
As others have said, the Cheltenham Festival is very good, as is Bath. There's also a mini-Hay-weekend in the winter (I think usually in December).
And next month I'm trying the first annual Thame Lit Fest.
London's best festival is Jewish Book Week, which is at the end of February in the Royal National Hotel off Russell Square. Although there are events squarely aimed at the community, I'd say the likes of Lionel Shriver, Will Self and Jonathan Safran Foer, all of whom were at the 2010 festival, would have a pretty universal appeal.
The Hampstead literary festival made its debut last September with Sebastian Faulks as its star attraction, but I've no idea if it is happening again this year.
Now in it's eleventh year!
Greenbelt at the end of August has its Literature section again: http://www.greenbelt.org.uk/?s=200
A Lit. festival in the midst of a lots-of-other-things one. That sounded better in my head.
...and thanks for reviving it just in time to remind everybody that this week is the Cheltenham Literature Festival. Sadly for me, my studies prevent me from attending this year.
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