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Book At Breakfast Invitation 10th and 11th November

Written by Chris Routledge, 25th October 2007

The Reader in association with BBC Radio 3 is running two "Book at Breakfast" events on 10th and 11th November as part of the 2007 Free Thinking Festival. We are offering the chance to attend these invitation-only events. Just complete the contact form below, including a postal address and we will send you a copy of the extract under discussion, directions to the venue, and your free invitation.

1st Book at Breakfast: [Please note that this event is now fully booked]

Saturday 10th November 10.00am - 11.30am
at BBC Radio Merseyside on Hanover Street, Liverpool.
Adam Phillips in conversation with Philip Davis

Adam Phillips is a psychoanalyst and the author of eleven previous books, including Side Effects and Houdini's Box. He writes regularly for The New York Times, the London Review of Books, and The Observer, and is General Editor of The Penguin Freud Reader (Penguin Modern Classics Translated Texts).

2nd Book at Breakfast:

Sunday 11th November 10.00am - 11.30am
at BBC Radio Merseyside on Hanover Street, Liverpool.
Rose Tremain in conversation with Jane Davis

Rose Tremain was named by Granta as one of the 20 'Best of Young British Novelists' in 1983, and was a judge for the Booker Prize for Fiction in 1988 and in 2000. She reviews and broadcasts regularly for press and radio and lives in Norfolk and London. Her novel, The Colour (2003), set in New Zealand at the time of the West Coast gold rush in the 1860s, was shortlisted for the 2004 Orange Prize for Fiction. Her latest books are a collection of short stories, The Darkness of Wallis Simpson (2005) and the novel, The Road Home (2007). She was awarded a CBE in 2007.

BBC Radio 3 will record the event for broadcast but you will not be asked to speak directly to a microphone unless you are willing do so. Places are limited.

When filling in the form below please state how many invitations you need and which of the two events (Saturday or Sunday) you wish to attend. Tickets now available for Sunday only.

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