As an aspiring author, getting that first draft from your desk to the bookshelves is no easy task. How can you make your voice stand out from the crowd and navigate the maze of pitfalls and opportunities? In this session, join first-time author Francesca Segal (The Innocents); Rogers, Coleridge and White agent Zoe Waldie; and Chatto & Windus editor Clara Farmer as they discuss the rocky road to publication. Venue: The Gallery at FoylesTickets: Free, but please email email@example.com to reserve your place.
Part of the Charing Cross Road Fest 2012Celebrating Books and Music in the Heart of London
To mark International Women's Day, author Joanna Walsh, creator of the #readwomen2014 campaign, explains why Marguerite Duras has been such an inspiration to her writing.
Kieran, from our St Pancras branch, identifies some of the best intelligent football writing coming out of small independent publishers.
Rachael Chadwick introduces 60 Postcards, the remarkable project that invited strangers to take part in a moving tribute to her late mother.