| Top Ten… Book Festivals in the UK |
Despite a lifelong love of literature I have been to painfully few book or arts festivals. My only and thus most memorable festival was GollanczFest – a must for fans of modern science fiction and fantasy.
It was at GollanczFest 2015 that I discovered Aliette de Bodard, Richard K. Morgan and Sarah Pinborough; and it was at GollanczFest 2015 that I first met Ben Aaronovitch, Brandon Sanderson, Joe Hill and Joanne Harris. With incredible panels, talks, book sales and signings amongst so many brilliant and like-minded individuals, it really was a memorable experience.
Luckily, under normal circumstances, the UK boasts multiple world renowned literature festivals throughout the year which I have collated, in no particular order, into my Top Ten book festival wishlist.
Scroll down for this week’s Top Ten… Book Festivals in the UK.
| Speculative Fiction Festivals |
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London / Manchester, England
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| The Big Three |
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| Crime Fiction Festivals |
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| Something Different |
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Which books festivals have you been to? Which would you love to go to?
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