LitFest Elevenses – every day (10 November to 1 December) at 11am

 

LitFest Elevenses is Chester Literature Festival’s morning session.  It’s a chance for Chester to dip a toe into the literary waters each day in Storyhouse’s Kitchen and listen to a short reading from a local author to start the Literature Festival day. We’re looking for local writers and are offering one 10-20 minute solo slot to one author per day.  We will, however, consider proposals to double-up with another writer if preferred.

 

If you would like to take part in this event, please email hannah.ryder@storyhouse.com with your name, availability, and a brief synopsis of your book.

Upcoming events

Saturday 10 November 11am The Kitchen
Sunday 11 November 11am The Kitchen
Monday 12 November 11am The Kitchen
Tuesday 13 November 11am The Kitchen
Wednesday 14 November 11am The Kitchen
Thursday 15 November 11am The Kitchen
Friday 16 November 11am The Kitchen
Saturday 17 November 11am The Kitchen
Sunday 18 November 11am The Kitchen
Monday 19 November 11am The Kitchen
Tuesday 20 November 11am The Kitchen
Wednesday 21 November 11am The Kitchen
Thursday 22 November 11am The Kitchen
Friday 23 November 11am The Kitchen
Saturday 24 November 11am The Kitchen
Sunday 25 November 11am The Kitchen
Monday 26 November 11am The Kitchen
Tuesday 27 November 11am The Kitchen
Wednesday 28 November 11am The Kitchen
Thursday 29 November 11am The Kitchen
Friday 30 November 11am The Kitchen
Saturday 1 December 11am The Kitchen

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