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Gollanczfest The Writer's Day – Saturday Morning ticket

Saturday 17th September 2016 10am - 1pm The Phoenix Artist’s Club, The Phoenix Artist’s Club,, 1 Phoenix Street, London, WC2H 8BU Chargeable Event

SOLD OUT. Join science fiction and fantasy publisher Gollancz, in the cosy Phoenix Artist Club (just across the road from Foyles, Charing Cross Road) for a morning of workshops and talks focused on the mechanics and skills needed by the modern writer.


The session includes a fascinating insight into the life of the agent from top literary agent, Juliet Mushens, a speed-workshopping session where small groups of attendees will benefit from a series of 15 minute sessions with different authors to discuss the business of being a writer; and a panel discussion on expanded universes, forgotten realms and future histories. The session will run from 10:00 until 1pm, and will be followed by a signing. Space is very limited!


Authors in attendance include Ben Aaronovitch, Ezekiel Boone, Edward Cox, Stephen Deas, Joanne Harris, Alex Lamb, Tom Lloyd, Miles Cameron, Simon Morden, Christopher Priest, Al Robertson and Jon Wallace.



Venue: The Phoenix Artist Club, 1 Phoenix St, London WC2H 8BU

Ticket: SORRY, SOLD OUT£25 including a Gollancz goody bag

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued, the email confirmation you receive is proof of your booking.

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