Dulwich Literary Festival 2019
Welcome to this year’s Dulwich Literary Festival. We have a truly wonderful line-up of speakers & we hope that there is something in the programme that catches your eye – whether it’s Natalie Haynes’s feminist retelling of the story of Troy, Emma Smith’s insightful & innovative take on Shakespeare, or Lara Maiklem’s tales of ‘mudlarking’ in the Thames. Or come along to listen to the brilliant novelists Louise Doughty & Howard Jacobson talk about their work. For kids, we have a fun-filled event with the fabulous Konnie Huq. Finally, to close the Festival, we are honoured to have Jung Chang with us, speaking about the Soong sisters, three extraordinary women who helped shape twentieth-century China.
We hope to see you there,
The Dulwich Books Team
About the Dulwich Literary Festival
The Dulwich Literary Festival is presented in partnership with Dulwich College, our generous venue sponsor. Dulwich College, founded in 1619 by Edward Alleyn, is an academically selective independent boys’ school. In 2019 the College celebrates its quatercentenary with a programme of special events and activities, several of which will be open to the public; you can find more about the College by visiting www.dulwich.org.uk.
About the Organisers
Dulwich Books has a pop-up bookshop at Dulwich College during the Festival.
Dulwich Books is an award-winning independent bookshop based in West Dulwich. We were shortlisted for Best Independent Bookshop in London at the British Book Awards 2017.
We host of literary events at a range of venues across South London.
Do come and see us during opening hours, call on 020 8670 1920, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We have more than 6000 books in stock but remember if you ask us before 1700 we can usually get you any book by 1200 the next day.
6 Croxted Road, Dulwich, SE21 8SW
Phone: 020 8670 1920
Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 5.30pm
Sunday 11am – 4pm
If you are an author or publicist and would like to be involved with Dulwich Literary Festival or any of our other events please contact Kitty Spence on email@example.com
For lots more information about our events programme please visit www.livelit.co.uk
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Last year the festival appeared across a range of print and online media: