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Satesh Kumar is perhaps one of the most influential and respected environmental and peace activists of the past century, and we’re delighted to welcome you to an evening of reading and discussion with him in our shop on Friday 14th March. His latest book, Soil, Soul, Society: A New Trinity for Our Time is a philosophical and ethical manifesto for a more sustainable and harmonious way of living, drawing on centuries of religious and holistic thought but keenly relevant to our times. Doors open at 7.00pm, and the event begins at 7.30. For more information, and to reserve your place, phone us on 020 7625 1008, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us in-store. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We’re delighted to announce the return visit of local author, and winner of the Samuel Johnson Prize 2013, Lucy Hughes-Hallett. Her book The Pike – Gabriele D’Anunnzio: Poet, Seducer and Preacher of War is a fascinating and gripping biography of one of the most unique characters of 20th-century history: D’Anunnzio was a highly-regarded poet and journalist, a war hero and, later, a proto-fascist separatist and dictator of the short-lived city-state of Fiume. Find out more about this fascinating character at our reading and signing on Wednesday 26th February at 7pm. For more information, call us on 020 7625 1008 or visit the shop.
We’re extremely excited to host our next evening of literary discussion in Queen’s Park on Thursday 6th February, when local journalist and author Melissa Benn will be discussing her latest book, What Should We Tell Our Daughters, with prominent feminist writier and activist Selma James. Described as “wide-ranging [and] thoughtful” by the Guardian, and “infused with a spirit of creative rebellion” by the Independent, Benn’s book is a chronological examination of female experience, and a manifesto for the development of modern feminism. The event will begin at 6.30pm – for more information, and to reserve your seat, call us on 020 7625 1008, or email email@example.com
We’re delighted to announce the latest in our ongoing series of readings with poetry publishes Grey Hen Press, the independent press devoted to writing by older women. Their latest collection, Running Before the Wind: Poems about the Sea, is ‘A wind-shaken, salt-laden, heartload of poems by women’, featuring work by Marianne Burton, Wendy French, Katherine Gallagher, Joy Howard, Angela Kirby and Gerda Mayer. The reading is on Wednesday 5th February from 6.30pm. As always, refreshments will be served. For more information, call us on 020 7625 1008, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you soon!