As I write this we are very much looking forward to our first event of the year, with Dizz Tate, on Friday evening. It sold out in just a couple of weeks, so our thanks to everyone who has purchased tickets. We may have signed stock of Brutesavailable after the event. Anyone who couldn’t get a ticket (or just can’t make it on Friday) is welcome to drop us an email to reserve a signed copy & we’ll do our best to secure one for you!
We have another fantastic event to announce:
On Friday, March 10th, we welcome Santanu Bhattacharya to the shop to discuss his debut novel One Small Voice. The story sets the self-discovery of Shubhankar against the changing character of India in the nineties and into the new millenium. Tickets & more info are here. This is our second event this year featuring a debut writer and it is wonderful to be hosting these exciting new voices – we hope you’ll enjoy this event too.
Dazzling and deeply moving, One Small Voice is a novel of modern India: of violence and prejudice, friendship and loyalty, community and tradition, and of a young man coming of age in a country on fire.