Programme

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Here is the programme for this year’s exciting North London Literary Festival! We have got an array of exciting speakers and events free for the public to participate in. All events will take place at Hendon Campus, Middlesex University. 

Tuesday 26th of March 2013

12pm: Speed-pitch1st Floor Mezzanine, College Building
Pitch your idea to agentsTwo minutes, face to face, pitching to an agentFor more information about the agents, click here.

1pm: Andrew SimmsJames HeartfieldBoardroom (C219), College Building
Fighting Words: Re-writing the past and the future. For more information about Andrew Simms, click here, and for James Heartfield, click here.

2pm: Chibundu OnuzoBoardroom (C219), College Building
Singed by Faber at 19: How To Become A Successful Author At A Young Age. For more information about the author, click here.

2pm: Small Publishing Forum1st Floor Mezzanine, College Building
An industry panel showing that, when it comes to publishing, small can sometimes be not only beautiful but also successful. For more information about the event, click here.

3pm: Philippa PerryBoardroom (C219), College Building
How to Stay Sane (and write it up too)Psychotherapist and cultural commentator Philippa Perry talks us through how she sifted her expertise and experience  to produce her bestselling book, ‘How to Stay Sane’. For more information about the author, click here.

4pm: Rowan ColemanBoardroom (C219), College Building
Romancing the ReaderBestselling author Rowan Coleman reads from her latest novel and reveals how she sets about romancing her readers. For more information about the author, click here.

4.45pm: Flash Fiction, The Quad, College Building
For more information about the event, click here.

5.15: Michele RobertsBoardroom (C219), College Building
On Researching AutobiographyMichele Roberts reads from her work-in-progress and talks about when it’s necessary to research autobiography. For more information about the author, click here.

6pm: GalaBoardroom (C219), College Building
Turning Facts into Narratives: on sex, friendship and war: a Gala evening showcasing faculty members’ recent publications.  The Gala authors are: Feona Attwood, Josie Barnard, Maggie Butt, James Martin Charlton, Lorna Gibb and David Rain.

6 responses to “Programme

    • You mean to book spaces for talks? The talks are free and you don’t need to book. Exact locations will be confirmed closer to the festival, but will definitely be at Hendon Campus, Middlesex University.

      • No. I meant for the pitches to perform reading. I was told about in class that the places were limited and to get onto it asap. So far cant see a link. I’m doing creative and media writing at hendon

      • Hi there. If you go onto the programme (either Tuesday or Wednesday) you will be able to chose which ever event you like. For example: 26 March –> click on Speed-pitch –> this should take you to a description of the event and everything you’ll need to know in order to sign up. Please have a look around to find the events you would like to participate in, and please do get back to us if you have got any more questions 🙂

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