York Literature Festival (19 - 29 March)

Poetry books

Credit: Jameson Fink

If you live in or near York, do look at the programme for the 2015 York Literature Festival to see if there are events that you'd like to attend.

It's important to plan ahead because some events require you to book in advance. In some cases you may want to look at some of the material that will be discussed as well!  Here is a selection of what is on:

  • 19 March - How the Tories took Britain to the Brink
  • 20 March - Coalition past and future
  • 22 March - York's Place in History
  • 23 March - Ovid's Heroines
  • 24 March - Poetry reading: Jon Siddique and Tim Liardet
  • 25 March - How the Edwardians (almost) invented children's literature
  • 25 March - Civial War and Aftermath
  • 26 March - Virginia Woolf: One Hundred Years On
  • 26 March - Thomas Cromwell: Henry VII's right hand man
  • 26 March - Crime and Detective Work in the Roman Empire
  • 27 March - Creative and Critical Writing
  • 27 March - Watching Prime Ministers
  • 29 March - The Bletchley Girls: Women & Code breaking in WWII

For full information, please see the York Literature Festival website.

Date posted: 

Thursday 26 February 2015

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