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History and Imagination Readers' Day

Beeston Library, Foster Avenue, Beeston, Nottinghamshire, NG9 1AE
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Beeston Library
Saturday 28 March 2020 | 9.15pm - 3.45pm
£15 - £17

Visit Beeston Library for an all-day event for book lovers themed around historical writing, both fiction and non-fiction, with a local connection. The event will explore the links between history and imagination in the company of guest speakers including: Sarah Gristwood, bestselling historical biographer and novelist; Angus Donald, author of the thrilling historical fiction series the Outlaw Chronicles and Sarah Murden and Joanne Major, joint authors of "All things Georgian".

The day will also include a choice of shorter sessions with chance to discuss and share experience.

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