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Discover the fascinating stories of some of the most innovative women artists from around the world and learn to draw and write about the people who inspire you in a storytelling and activities session with Sophia Bennett, author of The Bigger Picture: Women Who Changed The Art World. Join Angela Saini as she looks back over the history of race science and explores its legacy today, as well as investigating the reasons behind its apparent recent resurgence.

Come and meet author and illustrator Sophy Henn Where Bear? Join author and illustrator of the bold and brilliant Super Duper You Sophy Henn for a full-filled afternoon of storytelling, live drawing and activities—perfect for the half-term holiday! Foyles Chelmsford is inviting you and your children to explore the Peculiar Powers of Vegetables and Fruits with poet and author, Sharada Keats. Elly Curshen - aka Elly Pear -, founder of Bristol's legendary Pear Cafe, will be visiting the shop along with some tasty treats and signing copies of her fabulous new cookbook, Green.

Join us for an evening in conversation with bestselling author and award-winning poet Jen Campbell. We are delighted to be hosting an evening of chat and the disruption of cycling narratives with two amazing women; Ayesha McGowan and Jools Walker a. To celebrate the publication of his book, Mind is the Ride, cyclist and psychiatrist Jet McDonald will be taking us on a two-wheeled tour of philosophical thought. In anticipation of the Man Booker International Prize winner announcement on Tuesday 21st May, we are proud to welcome several of the shortlisted translators for an evening of insight into their craft.

Join us for the exclusive launch of local author James Brogden's newest horror thriller, The Plague Stones. Foyles of Chelmsford are proud to host an event launching the anthology collection of stories, essays and poems, Tempest. Put together by Patrician Press and including a group of Essex authors. Journalist and the other half of The High Low podcast Pandora Sykes sits down with debut novelist Rosie Price to discuss her startling debut of class, control and the legacy of trauma What Red Was. Join us for a exclusive signing with author Simon Goodyear and ex-footballer and club manager Brian Little to celebrate, A Little is Enough.

Join us for an evening in conversation with three talented authors, Gillian McAllister, Lia Louis and G X Todd to discuss books, writing and the not-so-scary world of publishing. We kick off the series with a performance from trumpeter and arranger Ife Ogunjobi. Foyles Chelmsford is excited to welcome Dionne Paull and Corey Harris for two fun-filled sessions celebrating their City of Justice series.

Join us for an intimate lunchtime chat with Costa award-winning author Jess Kidd as she discusses her latest book, Things in Jars. Make nature magical for your little ones at this whimsical workshop with Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield, authors of fantastical outdoor guidebook Wild Things. Join crime novelists C L Taylor and Emily Koch as they talk about their latest books and the art of writing suspense.

Foyles Chelmsford is excited to bring a wonderfully relaxing mindfulness event, featuring techniques established by Kelly Bishop and Tracy Richardson from Amazing Minds. Media Diversified presents an evening of discussion with journalist and author Shelina Janmohamed, activist and academic Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper and editor and publisher Margaret Busby examining the the discourse around free speech and the role privilege has to play in the public forum.

Join us for an evening in the company of Booker-shortlisted author—and Foyles favourite—Ali Smith as she discusses the third instalment in her critically acclaimed Seasonal Quartet series, Spring. Join local author, George Amos, for a reading from his debut novel 'The Film', inspired by his passion for historical events. Multi award winning poet, playwright and performer Inua Ellams The Barbershop Chronicles introduces his new epic story of pride, power and female revenge The Half God of Rainfall. Join Charles Gratwicke, courtroom judge turned local author, as he talks about the writing of his Historical novel, Sawson's Quest.

We are delighted to host the ceremony for the Republic of Consciousness Prize —dedicated to supporting, promoting and celebrating small presses in the UK and Ireland, the Prize rewards the best fiction of the year from a publisher with fewer than five employees. We're very excited to be joined by local author Joseph Coelho and illustrator Allison Colpoys! Join the NYJO Academy ensembles as they take to the stage to showcase their skills at the swinging end of spring term concert.

Join Michelle Reeves, life-coach and local debut author of The Happiness Habits Transformation, as she talks depression, change and her key to discovering the secrets of happiness. To mark the publication of K-Punk: The Collected and Unpublished Writings of Mark Fisher we are delighted to present this special panel-discussion celebrating the life and work of one of the most exciting and vital writers about contemporary culture and politics.

Join Lucy-Anne Holmes and Robert Woodshaw as they delve into the passions and frustrations that led them to write about sex and politics. To mark the epic and unforgettable conclusion of The Edge Chronicles join author Paul Stewart and illustrator Chris Riddell as they sit down to discuss the legacy of the world they have built together and the final book in the saga The Descenders. We're delighted be hosting Patrick Edwards, author of the bold and chilling new dystopia, Ruin's Wake. To celebrate the launch of The Good Immigrant USA, the much-anticipated follow-up to 's The Good Immigrant, co-editors Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman introduce some of the voices they've brought together for this new collection.

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Writer, poet and host of the hit podcast Mostly Lit Derek Owusu joins us to discuss the position of the Black male in Britain as told through the rich and varied stories collected in his anthology Safe: On Black British Men Reclaiming Space. We're putting the spotlight on the Indonesian language and culture in collaboration with Indonesia as the focus market of this year's London Book Fair. We're very excited to be joined by local picture book author and illustrator Karl Newson!

Calling all little artists, designers or makers! Join us for an afternoon of crafts, fun and bonkers ideas brought to you by the Little Inventors duo. Join us for an evening of speculation with science-fiction authors Gareth L. Powell and Heather Child. We're delighted to welcome local author and illustrator Debbie Tung to the store to celebrate the launch of her new book Book Love. Award-winning author of The Knowledge and astrobiological researcher Professor Lewis Dartnell uncovers the fascinating geographical histories that underpin our everyday lives.

Join Tracey Thorn as she returns to the scene of her childhood for her new memoir Another Planet.

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Join crypto-economist Jaya Klara Brekke as she sits down with Paul Mason and Ben Vickers to discuss the origins of Bitcoin and how Satoshi Nakamoto's revolutionary White Paper can serve as a compass for the rapidly shifting terrain of contemporary techno-politics. Disrupting the Futurecity explores the way in which international artists are positively disrupting our cities, shaping the way we inhabit and engage with public space. Christmas has arrived at Foyles and as always we are keeping the doors open just a little later than usual with some very special treats to keep you warm whilst you browse the store—brought to you by food stylist and author of The Roasting Tin and The Green Roasting Tin Rukmini Iyer.

Another instalment of our fantastically successful NYJO Jazz Jam, with a guests the Mo Greens, a burning organ combo playing a mix of soul jazz, funk, boogaloo and touch of gospel. Christmas has arrived at Foyles and as always we are keeping the doors open just a little later than usual with some very special treats to keep you warm whilst you browse the store—brought to you by The Higgidy Cookbook.

Be the first to see the new and improved Source Photographic Review and witness a battle for the spirit of photography as two expert panels go head-to-head at Charing Cross Road. Join us for an afternoon with local author and veteran QC William Clegg, as he discusses his debut legal memoir Under the Wig. An extra special evening with Peter Lord and David Sproxton, the minds behind Bristol's very own Aardman animation studio. Join us as we celebrate New York Times best-selling author Jason Reynolds as he unleashes his rallying cry to the dreamers of the world. Authors and activists Juno Mac and Molly Smith join us for an evening of open and frank discussion around their new book Revolting Prostitutes.

In a rare UK appearance Ryder Carroll, creator of the enormously popular Bullet Journal, discusses the success of his system for self-organisation and mindfulness and his new empowering how-to guide The Bullet Journal Method. Join us for a children's event like no other with the Knights of Penfurzy and author Gabrielle Kent! SFX, the UK's biggest selling sci-fi and fantasy magazine, has teamed up with Foyles once more to prove that some sequels are better than the original. Join food and gardening journalist Lia Leendertz at Foyles Cabot Circus for a celebration of rural wisdom and tradition.

Four local award-winning short story writers mark the launch of the Bristol Short Story Prize with readings, and a discussion on short stories and writing competitions. Do you remember your first time? Join cultural historian and BBC broadcaster Dr Christopher Harding as he presents a surprising new perspective on the modernisation of Japan, a story which lies at the heart of his book Japan Story: In Search of a Nation, to the Present.

Join us for an evening exploring some of the intriguing questions plaguing modern feminists today with Can We All Be Feminists? Renowned broadcaster and music journalist Stuart Cosgrove will be coming to Foyles Bristol to talk about Soul music and the three turbulent years that changed the United States forever. Delve into the realms of the unknown this Halloween with researcher, writer and producer of the Unexplained podcast Richard Maclean Smith for a night of strange tales and live music to mark the release of the his new book Unexplained.

Marking the 50th anniversary of the first residents of the Barbican Estate author, designer and former Barbican resident Stefi Orazi celebrates this unique complex in her new book The Barbican Estate looking at the design of the individual flats as well as its status as a world class piece of brutalist architecture. Another instalment of our fantastically successful NYJO Jazz Jam, with a guest performer to be announced and the opportunity for young musicians to get up and play with the professionals. Acclaimed tenor-piano duo Ian Bostridge and Sir Antonio Pappano join us for an evening of performance and conversation to mark the release of Requiem: the Pity of War their new collboration of 19 songs spanning marking the th year anniversary of the end of World War 1.

Draw along with award-winning illustrator, animator and artist John Bond with his new book in the Mini Rabbit Not Lost. Jason Heller, author of Strange Stars, will be discussing the mingling of the horizon expanding forces of 's science fiction and music.

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The New Statesman and Foyles are delighted to welcome you to an exclusive evening with the winner of the Man Booker Prize Anna Burns as she discusses her winning novel Milkman. Commemorating both the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush and the National Health Service, film and social historian Stephen Bourne shines a light on the lives of black women in Britain in the decades surreounding these two historic events.

The DNA revolution is here. Meet the authors of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction shortlist in an evening of readings and discussion. Following the phenomenal success of their first book Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible authors Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene join us for an evening of open and honest discussion about how their own self-started project has led to them taking by storm.

To celebrate the UK release of the brand new novel by bestselling Japanese author and firm Foyles favourite Haruki Murakami, we'll be opening our flagship Charing Cross Road shop early—so you can get your copy of Killing Commendatore even earlier, with the chance to get your hands on an exclusive tote bag and a Japanese breakfast! Where does poetry stand in ? Another instalment of our fantastically successful NYJO Jazz Jam, this time led by London-based Altoist Dee Byrne, offering the opportunity for young musicians to get up and play with the professionals.

Acclaimed author and cultural historian Joe Moran shows how we can begin to write in a way that is clear, compelling and alive for his new book First You Write a Sentence. As part of our instore indie promotion at Charing Cross Road, independent innovators And Other Stories are setting up shop in our front of store for a day of bookish fun.

They will be discussing the geological identity of the British Isles, exploring the history of the bedrock beneath our feet. We're excited to welcome best-selling author Cressida Cowell and her merry band of vikings and wizards to the store to sign copies of Twice Magic! Learn the beautiful art of book binding with book artist Rachel Hazell at this hour long workshop to celebrate her new guide Bound.

As the negative impact of scrolling and swiping our way through life becomes ever more publicised, social media influencer, journalist and author Katherine Ormerod is joined by fashion blogger Lizzie Hadfield to take a nofilter look at our lives online. Meet legendary cyclist Sir Chris Hoy as he talks about his brilliant new book and his incredible career.

Sit down for an evening of insight as illusionist, performer, writer and painter Derren Brown joins us to discuss his new collection of personally curated street photography Meet the People With Love. We're often very wrong about the most basic facts. Titan of science fiction Peter F Hamilton will be appearing to discuss his eagerly awaited new space-opera, Salvation. We're very pleased to be hosting Thai writer, translator and film-maker, Prabda Yoon in conversation at Foyles, Cabot Circus. Sculptor, poet, filmmaker, performance artist and novelist Brian Catling The Vorrh, The Erstwhile sits down with novelist, filmmaker and renowned Londoner Iain Sinclair to discuss the concluding part to his epic fantasy series The Cloven.

Mobilise for an evening of discussion and debate with author, journalist and activist Owen Jones and Michael Segalov, contributing editor for Huck Magazine and author of Resist! How to be an Activist in the Age of Defiance.

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Join our brand new children's book club as we endeavour on our Summer Reading Challenge! This week it's Brightstorm!

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In this event, Man Booker Prize shortlisted author and poet Jeet Thayil explores human behaviour through the lives of artists. Find some peace with Teacher, Therapist, and Children's Yoga Mindfulness Practitioner Nicola Harvey as she teaches your little ones practical techniques to calm the mind and cleanse the soul with her book Mindful Little Yogis.

This week our Children's Bookseller Kate will be reading stories and running an arts and crafts session. This week it's The Last Chance Hotel! We're delighted to welcome Lavie Tidhar to the store to share his middle grade debut with some of our candy-loving detectives! Hoakes Island Amusement Park is in grave danger! Help Rita, Molly and Tina to save it at this immersive puzzle mystery event. Booker shortlisted author of the criticaly acclaimed Eileen Otessa Moshfegh joins us for an evening of conversation for here new novel My Year of Rest and Relaxation.

This week it's Candy! Do you keep losing your place in your favourite books? Create a monster bookmark to guard your page and make your reading s-book-y! Bring your little ones to Toddler hour with Foyles Chelmsford. Charlie, our childrens bookseller, will be reading from picture books that we recommend as well as ones chosen by the children on the day. Come and enjoy a coffee with A Canteen while your little ones enjoy an exciting and engaging story telling event.

With colouring in, stories and a train track, this is the perfect start to the week. Story Box is a collection of events being held over the Summer Holidays, with various events we look forward to seeing you over the Summer! Come join us as our Children's book seller Charlie talks about History. We will look at some of the most exciting historical time periods, as well as talking about our favourite books to learn from.

Teacher, writer and filmmaker Alom Shaha is back for another interactive workshop spreading the magic of everyday science! This week it's The Eye of the North! Come say hello to award-winning, bestselling author-illustrator Ed Vere Mr. Pop in and join in with our Poetry day! Throughout the day we will be reading our favourite children's poetry, as well as inviting children to write their own. Calling all mini Matisses! This week it's The Wild Folk! Look after your own paper Paddington at this origami class to celebrate 60 years of one very special bear! Come and join us as author Abigail Rayner reads from her book, Backup Bunny.

Please email us to confirm your space at Chelmsford foyles. We're delighted to welcome lovely little Doug to our store this summer to help children with their reading. Social media influencer and and founder of TheDadLab, Sergei Urban, teaches you tips and tricks to keep the kids stimulated this summer in a workshop for the whole family! Come and join our brand new Book Club, just for Children! We love to hear what books children have been reading, and which ones they recommend!

Join us in store for a refreshing summer signing with best-selling romance authors Paige Toon and Lindsey Kelk! Celebrate the beloved Paddington Bear as we team up with A Canteen, to bring you a very special Paddington Bear themed afternoon tea! Featuring finger sandwiches, a mini scone and a selection of sweet treats with a generous helping of Paddington approved marmalade!

Come and join us for a fun filled hour of stories from Deepest Darkest Peru! Our resident story teller, Bruce, will be reading the adventures of Paddington.

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This week it's Hello, Universe! Bring your littles ones to Toddler Hour as Bruce, our resident story teller, reads from picture books hot off the press and chosen by children on the day. Come and join us for a fun filled hour where we look at different languages, and hopefully learn a few new words!

Our childrens bookseller Charlie, will be leading this event. This is a wonderful oppotunity to indroduce children to the exciting possibilities that language learning can bring. Join us in Bristol for a horror writing double-bill with award winning authors Adam Neville and Paul Tremblay. We're delighted once again to be hosting the award ceremony for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the UK's premier prize for science fiction literature. Bring your littles ones to Toddler hour with Foyles. Charlie, our children's bookseller, will be reading from picture books that we recommend as well as ones choosen by the children on the day.

This collection of photographs taken in by the architecture and design critic Oliver Wainwright offer the opportunity to step into one of the most restricted and enigmatic places on the planet. Join us for this exclusive public signing with Florence Welch to celebrate the publication of her first book Useless Magic.

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Moby Dick! Whether writing about Victorian ghost stories, reviewing modern fiction, tracing the impact of American music on Europe, or analyzing the film scores of Alfred Hitchcock classics, this versatile scholar-critic brings to bear a deep knowledge of his subjects and a prose style of rare suppleness and grace. And so on. Join the excitement, laughter, and music of Sesame Street Live! Whiskey Brothers Albatross Pub. That is one of the ways in which Jackson embodied an historically particular postmodern sensibility.

From the creator of Nasty Women, a collection of essays and accounts from the frontline of being a women in the 21st century comes a feminist graphic anthology charting the fearless females who kicked butt for equality over the last one hundred years. We're excited to be working in partnership with Bristol Central Library to host an evening in conversation with the brilliant Olivia Laing.

Shirley Jackson Day celebrates the legacy of the legendary suspense author. Join us, and four talented authors, for haunting readings and a discussion of Jackson's impact. Bestselling author of The People Vs. Tech Jamie Bartlett breaks down the threat of the technological revolution to modern democracy. Joining us for the last Jazz Jam before the summer break is guitarist and musical juggernaut Phil Robson alongside Dave Whitford bass and Asaf Sarkis drums.

Bring your little ones to see Mama G for a story time with a difference - with tales that celebrate being who you are and loving who you want. Award-winning design critic Alice Rawsthorn sits down with Serpentine Galleries Artistic Director Hans Ulrich Obrist to quash the stereotypes surrounding design and celebrate its potential to change our lives for better. In support of Refugee Week, we have partnered with Abrams Press to host a very special event with authors Marina Lewycka and Dina Nayeri for The Displaced, a selection of essays by refugee writers on refugee lives.

Join David Runciman, Professor of Politics at Cambridge University and author of How Democracy Ends, and Sam Wilkin, senior risk advisor to Oxford Economics and author of History Repeating, as they discuss the extent to which we can use lessons of the past as a means to discern our future. Silicon Valley pioneer, philosopher and author of Who Owns the Future? Reflecting on over four decades in the world of politics, Gordon Brown discusses the turning points of his career and offers a behind-the-scenes account of the key events that have shaped our times.

In the week of the winner announcement, we're teaming up with the prestigious Women's Prize for Fiction to bring you a panel of great female writers exploring the route to getting published. Yoga at Foyles is back for another 6 week stretch! Kick off your mornings with Yogi Rakhee and her unique style of teaching Superari.

Calling all superheroes! Join us this half-term as we dive into the deep blue sea with author and illustrator, Yuval Zommer! Build your own picture book at this calamitous story time with illustrator of My Worst Book Ever!

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Bruce Ingman. We're delighted to welcome Gavin De Bier to the store to sign copies of his debut novel, Bobbing Heads. Join us as we celebrate the new dark, poetic memoir from the explosive literary talent, Yrsa Daley-Ward. Join us for a night on the town as we showcase three debut authors each with a fresh take on life in our city. Joining us this May for our monthly jam is award winning saxophonist Riley-Stone Lonergan and his band. Having earned his stripes as a member of the flagship band, Riley is no stranger to NYJO jam tradition.

Join us for an exciting evening of Egyptian fun to help raise money for the charity, Partnership for Children. There is a new revolution occurring in health today. That revolution is you. In the face of environmental toxins, potential epidemics, superbugs, and the accelerated aging process, the significance of achieving optimum health has never been more crucial — and the burden to achieve it now rests on individuals making the right lifestyle choices every day.

Take a stab at three up-and-coming crime writers from Raven Books with this new fiction evening to die for. We're proud to host the author of best-selling, Positively Birmingham, to the store to launch their latest addition of city guides. In anticipation of the Man Booker International Prize winner announcement on Tuesday 22nd May, join some of the finest international translators working with the English language today for a discussion of their craft. Louis Post-Dispatch from moon j. Call the whole thing off?

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