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Halesworth & Southwold Community News June 2019 25


TWO RIVERS BOOK FESTIVAL


ABBIE and her staff at The Halesworth Bookshop are delighted to be involved with the inaugural Two Rivers Book Festival organised by Waveney and Blyth Arts. Liz Calder (Co-founder of Bloomsbury Publishing) who is the patron of the event will be opening the festival in The Stables in the Angel Hotel at 11am on Sunday 16th June with a discussion with Dan Franklin (associate publisher Jonathan Cape and author Lucy Huges-Hallett on “How Books Get Published”. On the evening of Wednesday 19th June


The Halesworth


Bookshop will be the venue for a talk by Rosemary Davidson and Arzu Tashin (authors of Craftfulness) who will explain how to achieve calm and renewed energy through making things. On Saturday 22nd June the Halesworth Bookshop will host an event for younger readers with a morning of storytelling, crafts and fancy dress to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ‘The Gruffalo’. The highlight of the Festival


for The Halesworth Bookshop is hosting an evening at The Cut on Suffolk Day, Friday 21st June, when 3 authors will be talking about their recently published books all on a Suffolk theme. The three authors, who will be in conversation with Melinda


& Blyth Arts Vice Chair), Easternmost


Appleby (Waveney are


Melissa Harrison (All Among the Barley), Juliet Blaxland (The


House)


and Richard Hawking (At the Field’s Edge: Adrian Bell and the English Countryside).


During the evening there will be the opportunity to meet the authors and purchase signed copies of their books. Details of all the Festival


events which are taking place in


Halesworth, Laxfield,


Beccles, Benacre Bungay, Harleston, Southwold,


Stradbroke and Westleton, are available on the Waveney and Blyth Arts website www. waveneyandblytharts.com The website also includes details of how to book and purchase tickets. The Suffolk Day event at The Cut can be booked in person at The Cut or on The Cut website www.newcut.org. Printed programmes are also available from The Halesworth Bookshop, Halesworth Library and The Angel Hotel Tourist Information Point. We are proud to be closely


linked with the Laxfield Low House who will be hosting the final two days of the ‘Two Rivers’ festival at the ‘Low House Litfest’ with Books and Beer on the Blyth.


Check out their website for further details www. laxfieldlowhouse.com Please


follow The


Halesworth Bookshop for details of their many events as part of Two Rivers. Twitter @#abbieyvette


FaceBook


#halesworthbookshop Instagram


#halesworthbookshop


consider issues like the decline of independent bookshops and


the expansion visit of self-


publishing. For more details about all of these events and to book, please


www.


Dan Franklin; Festival patron, Liz Calder; Will Webb; Lucy Hughes-Hallett THE


Festival


Two Rivers Book is


organised by


Waveney & Blyth Arts and will bring publishers, editors and authors to towns along the two rivers of the Waveney and Blyth as a way of connecting people and books. It will celebrate for local


and


campaign culture


independent book


by promoting bookshops,


second-hand bookshops, publishers, authors.


libraries and


The focus of the festival is on books themselves with plenty


people to participate in book- making


learning the process of how books get published. Brian Guthrie of Waveney &


Blyth Arts said: “We decided to focus on books as much as authors. Books are what people buy or borrow; they are our connection with the world of literature, of imagination, and the power of words. We are celebrating that connection


of opportunities for crafts, as well as


and we’re lucky to have recruited some really exciting individuals to help us do that.” Patron of the


festival of is


Booker Prize judge and co- founder


Bloomsbury


Publishing Liz Calder, who said: “I am delighted to be involved with this exciting new annual event. The festival will be celebrating books by supporting and campaigning for our independent bookshops and libraries. A major theme this year is how books get made and published.”


The festival opens on Sunday 16 June with a conversation between festival patron Liz Calder, Dan Franklin (associate publisher at Jonathan Cape) and Lucy Hughes-Hallett (prize- winning author)


about how


books are chosen and edited for publication.


There will also be readings from Lucy’s new collection of short stories, Fabulous. How Books Get Published will take place at Hotel in Halesworth.


the Angel waveneyandblytharts.com


Liz Calder will also chair a sister event, How Books Get Made, at the Cut in Halesworth on Tuesday 25 June, involving the renowned book designer Will Webb and prolific book cover illustrator


Jeff Fisher


(Captain Corelli’s Mandolin among very many others). Two Rivers Book Festival will also focus on how books get to us, so the book festival section of the Waveney & Blyth Arts website features details of all the bookshops in our area – new and second- hand – as well as libraries.


There will be festival events at these and other locations, including a Gruffalo party, craftfulness and a Flower Fairy walk. And libraries will be the main location for festival workshops on letterpress poster printing, book-binding and folded book art. This first year of the Two Rivers Book Festival will also include a


panel discussion


in Southwold on Friday 28 June, as part of the town’s arts festival. A creative


writing


academic will join bookshop owners, and local publishers to


A new book festival is set to arrive along the Norfolk and Suffolk border later this year


The Gruffalo is turning 20....


You are invited to the Party


The Halesworth Bookshop


on Saturday 22nd June from 10-12


Story telling, Crafts, Party games and Fancy Dress....


in association with Two Rivers and Independent Bookshop Week


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