Newham Bookshop logo 1978-2018

Monday 18 June at 7 pm at Conway Hall

Shore 2 Shore

Shore 2 Shore


Carol Ann Duffy

Gillian Clarke, Imtiaz Dharker, Jackie Kay and Maura Dooley, with music by John Sampson

An evening of readings by some of the
finest poets at work today. More details…

Newham Bookshop line drawing

Newham Bookshop celebrates
40 years’ trading, 1978-2018

Young Palestianians Speak

Friday 11 May at 6.30 pm
at Hamilton House,
London WC1H 9BD

Writing from
the frontline

Michael Rosen, Anthony Robinson, Annemarie Young, Beverley Naidoo and Elizabeth Laird

Newham Bookshop

745-747 Barking Road
London E13 9ER
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Tuesday – Friday
9.30 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

Sunday 11 February from 12.30 to 4.30 pm
at 4th Floor Studios,
255-259 Commercial Road E1 2BT

I Am Thunder
I Am Thunder by Muhammad Khan
is published by Macmillan
Children’s Books

Victoria Princewill
In the Palace of Flowers by Victoria Princewill is published by Cassava Republic.

Hanna Ali
The Story of Us
by Hanna Ali
is published as an ebook by
Market FiftyFour.

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Literary Natives – Writers of Colour Meet Up

Literary Natives

Literary Natives will launch monthly events for writers of colour to discuss issues relating to writing, books, and the road to becoming a published author.

The day will include an interactive panel discussion with debut authors. We will be joined by Victoria Princewill, the author of In The Palace of Flowers, a newly-acquired historical novel. Also on the panel is Muhammad Khan, the author of the debut Young Adult (YA) novel I Am Thunder, soon to be published by Macmillan and featured on Apple iBook’s Hot List for 2018. Our third panelist is Sabeena Akhtar, the editor of a ground-breaking collection of essays entitled Cut From the Same Cloth by British Muslim women. And finally, Hanna Ali will join the panel to discuss her newly published short story collection The Story of Us.

Cut From the Same Cloth
British Muslim women with Sabeena Akhtar

There will also be performances and readings, and the opportunity to network with other writers of colour. Coffee and cakes will be served, and Newham Bookshop will have books on sale.