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A Celebration of Poetry and an Evening of Historical Fiction at Chichester Library

Chichester Library is holding two literary events this March and they’d love for you and your bibliophile buddies to join them. The first event is a chat with Paula Lofting, an historical novelist from Crawley, West Sussex. The second is the Library’s spring poetry event at the end of the month. Katy of Chichester Copywriter is looking forward to going along, will she see you there? Here are the event details:


An Evening with Historical Fiction Author Paula Lofting

Join Sussex author Paula Lofting at Chichester Library on Tuesday 26th March, at 7.00-9.00, to hear about her debut historical novel Sons of the Wolf set in Sussex in the 11th Century. Paula will be joined by members of the Saxon Re-enactment Group who will demonstrate what life and battle was like in Saxon England.

Sons of the Wolf is the first in a series of epic novels set during the time of the Norman Conquest and is a snap shot of medieval life and politics at this time. Tickets are £3.00 and are available directly from Chichester Library.

A Celebration of Poetry with Costa Poetry Award winner John Haynes

Come along to Chichester Library on Thursday 28th March, at 7.30pm, to hear John Haynes, the Costa Poetry Award and Troubadour Poetry Prize winner, read stimulating new work as well as old favourites from his acclaimed back catalogue.

Live music from guitarist Linda Kelsall-Barnett and open mic poetry combine to create an exciting mix of words and music. As with all open mic Poetry events, both readers and listeners are welcome.

Tickets are £5.00 (including a glass of wine) and are available directly from Chichester Library.


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