Meet the Author Events hosted by Liverpool Libraries
This New Year, Liverpool libraries are hosting author events in local libraries, offering you a chance to meet the writers, ask them about their work, and even have a book signed.
Novelist and flash fiction writer David Gaffney, author of Sawn-Off Tales (2006) and Aromabingo (2007), will be appearing at Spellow Library on Monday 30th January, 6pm-7:30pm. David will be discussing his recent book, The Half Life of Songs.
Then, on Wednesday 1st February, 6pm-7:30pm, Childwall Library will play host to Gladys Mary Coles. Best known as a poet, with publications including The Song of the Butcher Bird (2006) and The Echoing Green (2002), Gladys will discuss her body of work and her debut novel, Clay.
Entrance for both events is free and seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Copies of the authors' books will be on sale.
For more information about the David Gaffney event, please contact Spellow Library, County Road, L4 3QF; 0151 293 8365.
For more information about the Gladys Mary Coles event, please contact Childwall Library, Fiveways Centre, L15 6UT; 0151 233 2746.
For more information on Liverpool Libraries see www.liverpool.gov.uk.
For more information on regional events, reading groups and suggestions for further reading, see www.time-to-read.co.uk.
Editor: Please not that there was an error in the date of the Childwall event. This event will actually be taking place on Wednesday 1st February.
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