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Past Author Events in Birmingham Libraries

We have been pleased to welcome writers from all over the world to Birmingham Libraries. The authors below have spoken at events in Community Libraries and the Library of Birmingham.
 
Find out what treats we have in store for our upcoming programme of author visits.

Book Covers - Anne Bennett

Anne Bennett

Birmingham Author and much-loved voice in the women’s saga genre visited Birmingham in 2013
Anne Zouroudi. Author photograph by Wolf Kettler

Anne Zouroudi

Anne Zouroudi author of the Mysteries of the Greek Detective series.
Maggie and Me by Damian Barr. Photo credit Jonathan Ring

Damian Barr

In 2014 Damian Barr visited Weoley Castle and Yardley Wood Libraries to talk about his witty memoir about a gay man surviving Thatcher’s Britain, Maggie & Me
Graeme Simsion with the cover of his novel The Rosie Project

Graeme Simsion

Australian author Graeme Simsion joined us to celebrate National Libraries Day 2014 and to talk about his bestselling novel The Rosie Project.
Jodi Ann Bickley

Jodi Ann Bickley

In 2014 Jodi Ann Bickley visited the Library to talk about her book 'One Million Lovely Letters'
Katharine D'Souza with cover of new novel Deeds not Words

Katharine D'Souza

In 2014 Katharine D'Souza a Birmingham based writer talked about her latest novel 'Deeds not Words'
Peter James

Peter James

In October 2014, Peter James visited the Library of Birmingham to talk about his book "Want You Dead"
The Perliad Rosie Pugh

Rosie Pugh

In 2014 Rosie Pugh visited the Library to talk about her book 'The Pearliad'

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Ernest Shackleton Exhibition

The Enduring Eye

Fri 20 January 2017, 11:00am

BBC 500 Words

Creative Writing Workshops

Sat 21 January 2017, 3:00pm

Business meeting

How to Write an Effective CV Workshop

Thu 26 January 2017, 10:30am

Business Plan

Business Planning

Wed 18 January 2017, 10:30am

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