The Hastings Fringe comes to St. Leonards on Sunday 14 July with Perspectives, an evening of readings in the wonderful Bookkeeper bookshop in Kings Road. Local authors Steve Amos and Bronwen Griffiths will be exploring male and female perspectives on the themes of life, love, loss and laughter.
Steve will be launching his new book: Two Sides of an Indie Dad, which includes Fathers and Sons – Four Generations of Supporting Palace, which won the Hastings Litfest Sports Journalism award; and ‘The Last Days of Woolworths’, which won the Limnisa International Short Story Competition. It also includes ‘House Rules’, which was serialised in HIP last year, click here to read.
Bronwen is launching her new book Listen with Mother, a collection of flash fiction based on her childhood growing up in the sixties in a village just south of Birmingham. Bronwen’s short pieces have been widely published and this collection was long-listed for the Bath Novella-in-Flash Award last year.
Both books are published by local Silverhill Press, and will be for sale at a discounted price on the night. Entry is free but the Bookkeeper is cozy, so please arrive early if you want to be sure of getting in.
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