Ramsey Campbell at Calderstones Mansion House
Monday 14th April, 11.30am-12.30pm
Calderstones Mansion House, Calderstones Park, Liverpool L18 3JB
As part of Liverpool Learning Partnership's City of Readers project, hear award-winning author Ramsey Campbell read from his work at this FREE event this Easter holiday at Calderstones Mansion House.
The Reader Organisation is working in partnership with City of Readers to raise the profile of reading across Liverpool, getting everyone to Give Us 5 for Reading. Alongside Frank Cottrell Boyce, Ramsey is another author who has pledged his support for the campaign by taking part in this special event.
Described as "Britain's most respected living horror writer" by The Oxford Companion to English Literature, Ramsey is a horror fiction author, editor and critic. He has been writing for well over fifty years, with two of his novels being transported to the screen for non-English-speaking markets. One of the most celebrated horror writers of his generation, he has received more awards for his writing than any other author in the horror genre. It's an unmissable opportunity to hear one of the country's most prolific and experienced writers talk about his work.
For more information and to book your free place, please contact Emma Melling: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07812 238505.
There'll be lots more happening for City of Readers over the coming months, so join in the fun as the whole city embarks on a reading adventure. Keep up to date with all that's happening with City of Readers and find out how you can Give Us 5 by visiting http://www.cityofreaders.org/ or following City of Readers on Twitter: @LivCityReaders
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