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

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Tuesday – Friday
9.30 am – 5 pm
Saturday 10 am – 5 pm

Friday 13 October at 7.30 pm
at Wanstead Library

Under the Sun
Under the Sun
is published in hardback
by Picador at £12.99.

London Borough of Redbridge
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Lottie Moggach
Photograph of Lottie Moggach
by Alexander James

Lottie Moggach
Under the Sun

Lottie Moggach has worked as a journalist for 15 years, writing for publications ranging from the Financial Times to Time Out.

“Lottie Moggach’s debut novel, Kiss Me First, a thriller about online identity, was shortlisted for the Guardian first book award. Her second novel, Under the Sun, is an enjoyable slice of summer noir with a wider social perspective. From the prologue, you’d think you were in recognisable territory; then the story opens out into a commentary on the vicissitudes of escapism. Forty-ish Anna lives in southern Spain, an expat haven, at least from the outside. The reality is a bunch of bored, recession-hit Brits desperate to sell up and get out, not that they would admit as much when Skyping their families back home. Anna’s is perhaps the saddest tale of the lot – the man she was building a life with left her suddenly, and the finca (Spanish farmhouse) she poured her life savings into is now falling into disrepair.” – Emma Jane Unsworth in the Guardian.

This event is part of Redbridge Libraries’ Fabula Festival,
supported by Newham Bookshop.