Tuesday 29th September

Crime, Cake and Coffee
Tuesday, 29 September, 3pm, The Brookfield Hotel, Emsworth
What makes a good crime writer a great crime writer? Come and meet fellow crime fiction devotees, including author James Morley, for a lively discussion about this ever-popular genre.
Tickets: £4 (Includes coffee and gateau)
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Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk
Tickets for this event are also on sale at The Brookfield Hotel 01243 373363

Lucy Beresford – Something I’m Not
Tuesday, 29 September, 4pm, Nineveh
One of the Festival themes is ‘Journeying’ and in her subtly crafted debut novel Something I’m Not, Chichester-born author and psychotherapist Lucy Beresford not only explores a painful journey of self-discovery but the whole complex area of mother-daughter relationships.
“Deft and penetrating, the can’t-put-down read of the year” Jeremy Vine
Tickets: £3.50
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk
Books available for sale and signing

CIBAS Presents ‘Blogging and the Art of Success’
Tuesday, 29 September, 7 – 9pm, United Reformed Church Hall
Would you like your own blog as a platform for presenting new work or for marketing and promoting yourself?
Resident blogger for the Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook and author of Marketing Your Book: an Author’s Guide, Alison Baverstock and Yemisi Blake, Emerging Artist in Residence at the Southbank Centre 2009, will offer ideas and advice based upon their own experience.
Poets, novelists, journalists, artists, designers, performers and anyone from the creative industries are welcome to attend.
Admission free, places are strictly limited, booking is essential.
For further information or to book a place telephone 023 9284 6232 or email: cibas@port.ac.uk
For further information about CIBAS’ services, visit: www.port.ac.uk/cibas
For further information about the special guest speakers,
visit: www.yemisiblake.co.uk
www.alisonbaverstock.com,

William Cobbett
Tuesday, 29 September, 7.30pm, Havant Arts Centre
A talk by WEA tutor Christine Houseley on William Cobbett (1763-1835) – free thinker, political reformer, economist, MP and of course, author of Rural Rides.
Tickets: £3
Box Office: 023 9247 2700 / www.havantartscentre.co.uk