You can get tickets here, free; or for £8.99 to include a copy of ONE of the books; or for £17.98 to include a copy of BOTH books. Books will be sent post free.
The evening will include readings by, and chats with, Laura and David, and they will also be joined by the narrators of their respective audiobooks. Also, THERE WILL BE CAKE (BYO): we’d like you to join us in celebrating the launch by baking (or buying) cake to eat during the event, and drinking lemonade (the reason behind lemonade drinking will be made clear on the night!).
There will be Q&A opportunities throughout the event, and even a chance to write your own 100 word story. So put your thinking caps on, and start making a note of all those burning questions about flash/short story/micro fiction or anything else you may wish to know about these writers and their work. And dust off those notebooks and pens.
You can also (pre-)order the books now from our Webshop.
Arachne at Brockley Max Online – May 30th, 31st and June 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2021
This year we are running THREE events at this brilliant community arts festival, as well as hosting an evening of readings by Writers of our Age (WooA). All events can be booked through Eventbrite (see individual links below).
Catch Clare Owen, author of our recent YA novel, Zed and the Cormorants, in conversation with Sally Atkins, who did the beautiful illustrations for Clare’s book. Entitled Keeping Up With Paper and Pencil, Clare and Sally will discuss creating vivid characters through words and images – so one for both writers and artists. They’ll share their notebooks, sketches, extracts from the novel and new ways to get characters up on their feet and ready to sprint off the page.
You can get tickets here, free; or for £10 to include a copy of the book.
Join Arachne authors Laura Besley (100neHundred), David Hartley (Incorcisms) and poet Rob Walton (This Poem Here) for an evening of readings and discussions dealing with issues around their chosen literary forms and touching on questions such as, do authors know what a piece will be when they start writing it? When is flash a prose poem? Do poems sometimes change into stories? How dark does fantasy have to be to qualify as horror, and is it allowed to be funny?
You can get tickets here, free; or for £8.99 to include a copy of ONE of the books.
Join authors and ex-Brockley residents, Lily Peters and Jackie Taylor for readings and discussion around the use of ‘place’ in their forthcoming titles with Arachne, Accidental Flowers (Lily) and Strange Waters (Jackie).
You can get tickets here, free; or for £9.99 to include a copy of ONE of the books.
Join Writers of our Age (WOOA), a well established, published mix of local writers, for readings of specially written stories under the heading ‘Back in the Water’.
You can get tickets here, free.