Travelling around the world in pop fiction and haiku

This morning, July 8 at 11am, Kate Nivison holds a workshop  on ‘how to turn your holidays into popular fiction’. Writer of both fiction and non-fiction for magazines, radio, and television:  Kate Nivision also writes regularly on travel for national and international publications.

And this evening at 6:30pm, Beckenham Library hosts  ‘conversation with a diversity writer’.  Singapore-born Rosaline Ting  is a playwright who writes film scripts and prose, along with poetry that includes haiku form.

Tomorrow,  Saturday July 9th, Becfest 2011 closes its Library doors with two talks. The first, at 11am Saturday morning, is ‘Writing Literary Mysteries’ by Crystal Palace author Chris Bowden whose third novel is published autumn 2011.

The second talk at 3:30pm – with a young audience and their parents in mind – is by Malorie Blackman, popular author of books for children and young adults.

Closing Becfest events are ticketed and can be obtained (best check for availability) by calling in person to Beckenham Library, by telephoning the enquiry desk (number can’t be directly published online) – on poster here.  One click on image and number becomes readable. Or email


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