Date: Friday 13th May 2016
How to Turn Ideas into Stories
Virginia Baily’s new novel Early One Morning begins in occupied Rome in 1943 when a young woman locks eyes with a stranger about to be deported and claims the stranger’s child as her own.
Winner of the McKitterick Prize, awarded by the Society of Authors for her first novel Africa Junction, Virginia will trace the pathways between ideas and stories and look at the importance of music, solid objects and a sense of place in translating the abstract into the concrete and bringing a story to life.
This event promises to be not just interesting for fans of Virginia’s writing, but also for budding writers.
Friends : £7.60
Patrons : £7.20
Concessions : £7.21
( Full Time Education, Unwaged Only )
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Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature
The du Maurier Festival Society is delighted that the 22nd Fowey Festival of Arts & Literature will take place in venues in and around Port & Literary town of Fowey.
The Fowey Festival will provide an eclectic mix of talks, interviews, workshops and music events to enjoy, inform, challenge and inspire the imagination!
This Year's Dates :
Fri. 11th May 2018
Sat. 19th May 2018