BYRES ROAD LITERATURE FESTIVAL
Sunday 24 September 7pm
This event is FREE, and you can Reserve a ticket HERE
CHELTENHAM BOOK FESTIVAL
October 6th, Fiction at 7, Chaired by Alex Clark
with Annalena McAfee, author of HAME
GUILDFORD LITERATURE FESTIVAL
Saturday October 14th
Introduced by Fanny Blake
Ticket includes lunch, goody bag, and the opportunity to meet and talk with several authors including myself, Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry and journalist Lucy Atkins.
Tickets £35, HERE
DURHAM LITERATURE FESTIVAL
Sunday October 15th, 11.45-12.45
With Carmen Marcus, author of How Saints Die
BERWICK LITERATURE FESTIVAL
Saturday October 21st 2-3pm
Details and more events are being added as I have them.
Please direct any queries about them to Elizabeth.email@example.com.
EDINBURGH BOOK FESTIVAL
August 15th, 10.15am, Speigeltent
with Annalena McAfee, author of HAME
Wednesday 14 June 6.30 PM
BLACKWELLS HIGH HOLBORN
in conversation with Emma Harding
An evening where I’ll be discussing Larchfield and Auden with BBC Radio’s Emma Harding, and there’ll be some poetry too. And wine!
Tickets are FREE, but please reserve through Eventbrite here:
Thursday 15 June 6.30pm
WATERSTONES TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD
with Swedish poet and novelist Tom Malmquist
This exciting evening puts two poets with emotional debut novels together for some illuminating chat about poetry, fiction, parenthood, and your questions!
Tickets £5, and you can find out more and book here:
Friday 16th June
BORDERS BOOK FESTIVAL
with Annalena McAfee
Polly Clark and Annalena McAfee, two superb writers with novels that are real favourites with the book festival team, join us to talk about their gripping new books Larchfield and Hame. Both novels are set in coastal Scotland, where their protagonists seek to carve out new lives. These atmospheric stories of two modernday women interweave with those of two complex poets who once lived in their adopted homes. Yes – W.H Auden really did live in Helensburgh whereas the irascible Grigor McWatt of Fascary is pure fiction.
(Details to follow)
Tuesday 9th: Waterstones Aberdeen
£2 with complimentary refreshments
Tel: 01224592440More details here: https://www.waterstones.com/events/an-evening-with-polly-clark/aberdeen
Wednesday 10th: Booked! West Dumbarton Festival
More details here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/booked-2017-west-dunbartonshire-festival-of-words-tickets-32648227728
Thursday 11th: Waterstones Stirling
In conversation with Dr Matt Foley
£2 with complimentary wine and nibbles
Tel: 01786 478756
More details here: https://www.waterstones.com/events/an-evening-with-polly-clark/stirling
Tuesday 23rd May: Waterstones Edinburgh West End
In conversation with Jenny Brown
More details here: https://www.waterstones.com/events/an-evening-with-polly-clark/edinburgh-west-end
Monday 13: Creative Conversations with (the awesome) Louise Welsh.
University of Glasgow Chapel 1pm-2pm
ALL WELCOME, bring along your lunch.
Free, but get in touch to reserve a ticket.
To find out more, click HERE
Saturday 18th: Aye Write, Debut writers panel with Sarah Day, chaired by Louise Welsh
Mitchell Library, North St, Glasgow G3 7DNG
Tuesday 21st: Helensburgh Launch of LARCHFIELD
Polly Clark in conversation with Jenny Brown
Q&A and signing
Lomond School, Helensburgh
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a free ticket
Tuesday 28: School of Night
8pm, Topping & Co, St Andrews
WARNING: This event will include some poetry!
Click here for more information
Wednesday 29th: LONDON LAUNCH OF LARCHFIELD
Daunt Books, Fulham Road
Please contact Elizabeth.email@example.com to reserve a free ticket
Thursday 30th: In conversation with Emma Harding and signing
For details please click HERE
Wednesday 5: Book Lovers Supper Club, Ditchling
With Jake Arnott, author of THE FATAL TREE