Fiction & Fragments

In our penultimate event, join novelists Jude Cook (Jacob’s Advice, 2020) and Sam Mills (The Fragments Of My Father, 2020) as they discuss their recent books, approaches to fiction and non-fiction, the writing life, and their paths to publication.   Location: Turner Contemporary Date: Sunday 5 June 2022 Time: 2pm Price: £6    

Uncovering Past Lives

Join us as Emily Midorikawa and Samantha Ellis chat about their approaches to writing and about overlooked, ignored, undervalued or widely misunderstood women writers. Join them for a lively discussion about their books on the Brontës, Victorian spirit mediums, literary heroines and women writer friends.   Location: Turner Contemporary Date: Sunday 5 June 2022 Time: 12:30pm […]

Know Your Own Power

Know Your Own Power front cover

Dr. Radha Modgil’s self-help book, Know Your Own Power will help you tap into and unlock the power to enable you to get through the crisis that hits, to step up to understanding the challenge facing you and then to move forward into changing things for the better. It will help you to understand yourself more, […]


Careering front cover

Join us to celebrate the publication of Daisy Buchanan’s newest novel Careering. She’ll be discussing the book with author and journalist Laura Tait. Eternal intern Imogen and superstar editor Harri love their jobs–but their jobs won’t love them back. Careering is a comic novel that examines our emotional relationship with work – the Daily Mail […]

The Mermaid of Black Conch

The Mermaid of Black Conch book cover

Monique Roffey will be heading to Margate to discuss her award-winning novel The Mermaid of Black Conch, in conversation with Caroline Smith. Set on an imaginary Caribbean island, this tantalising tale of disruption brought about by a beautiful stranger brings together mythical elements with the piercing realism of everyday life.   Location: Turner ContemporaryDate: Friday 3 […]

Life as a Debut Author

Front cover for Chloe Timm's book, The Seawomen, a blue background with an island appearing like a mermaid.

Debut novelist Chloe Timms discusses her atmospheric new novel The Seawomen. She talks about what inspired her and the journey to publication, sharing her passion and writing advice. Chloe is in conversation with actor and fellow writer Susannah Wise, author of This Fragile Earth and Okay Then That’s Great.   Location: Turner ContemporaryDate: Thursday 2 June 2022 Time: 12:30pm […]