Author Laura Knowles left and artist Jennie Webber celebrated the publication of The Coral Kingdom (words & pictures) at Eastern Biological in Hackney, London on Thursday 29th March. They are pictured alongside Alfred Addis.
Irvine Welsh talked about his latest title Dead Men’s Trousers at the 2018 Vintage Regional Showcase, which took place in Waterstones Deansgate, Manchester on Monday 26th March. Abir Mukherjee, Diana Evans, Damian Le Bas, Andrew McMillan and Christie Watson also spoke at the event.
On Sunday 25th March, the team from Octavo’s Book Café & Wine Bar ran the Cardiff 10k and raised £70,000 for Awutu-Winton Senior High School in Ghana.
The Northern YA Literature Festival took place on Saturday 24th March, featuring a discussion on feminism in YA.
Tiny Owl launched Ken Wilson-Max’s The Drum at New Beacon Books on Saturday 24th March, as part of its African and Caribbean Spring Mini Market. Wilson-Max is pictured alongside Vanessa La Rose.
Sarah Govett launched Truth (Firefly Press), the last in her award-winning YA trilogy The Territory, at Waterstones Clapham Junction on Thursday 22nd March. Govett is pictured alongside book blogger and fan Roboepicguy. (© @Roboepicguy)
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