Derby Book Festival’s second Autumn Edition will be held from 5 – 7 November 2021 with ten events at QUAD, Derby plus a special event on Tuesday 9 November at Derby Theatre.
Tickets go on sale for all the events on Monday 20 September.
Highlights of the Festival’s Autumn Edition will include:
Politician and author David Lammy MP, who will discuss his book, Tribes: A Search for Belonging in a Divided Society with BBC East Midlands Today presenter, Navtej Johal
Journalist and political columnist, Steve Richards considers The Prime Ministers We Never Had
Author Wendy Moore looks at the pioneering women who ran Britain’s Trailblazing Military Hospital: Endell Street in the first world war
Author, Katherine May talks about her memoir, Wintering, and explains her experiences of the healing powers of the natural world
Author and autograph collector, Adam Andrusier talks about his memoir: Two Hitlers and a Marilyn
Guardian columnist and TV critic Lucy Mangan discusses her first novel, Are We Having Fun Yet?
Nottingham based author, T M Logan shares his experience of becoming a best-selling novelist and selling over a million copies of his novels
Historian Alison Weir presents her final historical novel in her series about Henry VIII’s wives: Katharine Parr: The Sixth Queen
Costa Novel winner and three-times Booker longlisted author, Jon McGregor discusses his latest: Lean Fall Stand
Former MP and Home Secretary, Alan Johnson discusses his first novel, The Late Train to Gipsy Hill
More details can be found here.
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