The annual North London Literary Festival, organised by students at Middlesex University, is a celebration of literary achievement which brings together inspiring and talented individuals from the literary world. It is designed to reach out to the local communities of north London to inspire and inform.
The Literary Festival has once again attracted high profile speakers, this time including bestselling horror writer James Herbert and prize-winners Michele Roberts, Lucy Caldwell, Chibundo Onuzo, Matt Haig, John Lucas and Elizabeth Buchan. Innovations include a festival app and a Wall of Twiction, and there will be a Faber 'How to Get Published' panel.
All events are free and open to the public and, with the exception of workshops, require no booking.
All the events listed below take place in and around The College Building Boardroom (on our Hendon campus). If you have any questions, please email A.JaegerHansen@mdx.ac.uk.
For more information and event listing visit http://northlondonlitfest.com.
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