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Tuesday 28th May, 6:30pm
in collaboration with Europa Editions
Santiago Gamboa is one of the figures in new Latin American fiction that has had the most impact on the international literary scene.
He will be stopping by Belgravia Books after the Hay Festival to talk about his work and his latest novel Necropolis.
Thursday 6th June, 6:30pm
in collaboration with Bitter Lemon Press
Latin America has long been associated with Magical Realism, perhaps overshadowing other genres. For this event we seek to rectify that, joining forces with Bitter Lemon Press, publishers of some of the best Latin American noir.
Wednesday 12th June, 6:30pm
The Peirene Experience
Mr Darwin's Gardener
in collaboration with Peirene Press
As part of the week for Mr Darwin's Gardener by Kristina Carlson, this interdisciplinary event will include a talk, a couple of rehearsed readings from an actor and two short pieces of music.
Thursday 13th June, 6:30pm
The Distinguished Assassin
Join Author and film producer Nick Taussig talking about his latest novel. The book is set in 1950s Stalinist Russia and explores the crime-ridden heirarchy of the Communist underworld.
Thursday 20th June, 6:30pm
Mark Mason & Andrew Martin
Bestselling authors Mark Mason (Walk the Lines) and Andrew Martin (Underground Overground) will be in store discussing their books and their own unique takes on the world's oldest subterranean railway
Tuesday 25th June, 6:30pm
Ash Bone Sky
in partnership with Hardie Grant Books
Bookseller turned novelist Katerina Cosgrove is over from Australia to launch her new book, a powerful work that examines family, loyalty, love and long-hidden secrets amongst the horror and displacement of war.
Thursday 27th June, 6:30pm
The Nearest Thing to Crazy
in partnership with Cutting Edge Press
Elizabeth Forbes latest novel and wonderfully observed tale.
When Ellie moves in to the village a woman questions her own sanity - is she going mad or is this what Ellie wants her to think?