The 2016 Literary Festival returns to Cambridge on the 26th and 27th November.
There are some really fascinating authors speaking this year and there are a really wide range of themes going to be covered. A multitude of novels will be presented, most are fiction, but there is also some poetry from Ian Macmillan, who is presenting his collection called “To Fold an Evening Star”, some historical fiction and some politically based books.
If you’re into history, don’t miss Jenni Murray’s presentation of her book “A History of Britain in 21 Women”. Or if politics and economics are more your thing, go along to presentations of the books “Shadow Wars” and “My House in Damascus”.
Don’t miss such a fantastic opportunity to hear some really impressive authors present their work!
You can find the programme here: http://www.cambridgeliteraryfestival.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/CLF_Winter_2016web.pdf