Sunday, 18 September 2011

Live appearance

Wednesday 26th October
Anthony Gillam appearing live at Bewdley Library
(a free event courtesy of Bewdley Festival)

I’m delighted to announce I’m taking part in Bewdley’s First Authors' Week - a week of readings and workshops during autumn half-term (October 22-29) brought to you free of charge, courtesy of Bewdley Festival.

Octoberfest is hosting a week of free readings by local and nationally celebrated writers for children, teenagers and adults. This is a unique opportunity to hear authors read from their latest publications and talk about the ways in which their tales are woven. There will also be an opportunity to buy signed copies of their books.

I’ll be appearing at Bewdley Library on Wednesday 26th October at 13.00 to read from and talk about my book A Passenger in Time.

(The event is suitable for children of about 9-13 years and children must be accompanied.)

Further details from Bewdley Festival website:

About me

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Tony Gillam lives in Worcestershire and his fiction and non-fiction has appeared in national magazines and newspapers, academic journals, textbooks and blogs. His blog – passengersintime.blogspot.co.uk – purports to be about books, music ... and time travel. Tony is also a singer-songwriter, guitarist and dulcimer player with Worcestershire's most undiscovered indie-folk band Fracture Zone.