Sevenoaks Literary Festival
This year’s Literary Festival will be a virtual one – with live author interviews via Zoom and recorded interviews on the Sevenoaks Literary Festival website.
The events will be free of charge but donations will be much appreciated.
The books which will be discussed can be bought or pre-ordered below.
Friday 25 September
Ian Hislop will interview Craig Brown about One, Two, Three, Four, his book on The Beatles.
Book purchase includes a book plate signed by Craig Brown.
For more information about this event: sevlitfest.com/event/craig-brown
Monday 28 September
The journalist Julia Wheeler will interview Elif Shafak about her latest novel 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World, now out in paperback.
For more information about this event: sevlitfest.com/event/elif-shafak-interviewed-by-julia-wheeler
Wednesday 30 September
The founder of the Bumblebee Trust and Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Sussex will be talking about his latest book, The Garden Jungle, now available in paperback.
Book purchase includes a book plate signed by Dave Goulson.
For more information about this event: sevlitfest.com/event/dave-goulson
Thursday 1 October
Former Times editor Philip Webster will interview Jack Straw about The English Job, which examines Britain’s relationship with Iran.
Book purchase includes a book plate signed by Jack Straw.
For more information about this event: sevlitfest.com/event/jack-straw-interviewed-by-philip-webster
Sunday 4 October
Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas will be in conversation with Harry Christophers of The Sixteen about his new book – A New Heaven.
For more information about this event: sevlitfest.com/event/harry-christophers-in-conversation-with-elin-manahan-thomas