Hot books in the city – listen to Alexander McCall Smith, Camilla Lackberg & more in Christchurch

Dunedin Writers and Readers Festival is underway, Auckland Writers Festival kicks off on the 14 May. Our own The Press Christchurch Writers Festival is going to take Christchurch by storm in August, but in the meantime they – in association with the Auckland Writers Festival – are bringing some pretty fabulous authors to Christchurch next week.

Get in amongst it!

Cover of Letters from Everest Cover of The Forever Girl Cover of Modern World architecture

HLJ---dashHuw Lewis-Jones

a stunning slide show from The Conquest of Everest: Original Photographs from the Legendary First Ascent with images from the book and commentary, including excerpts from the letters George Lowe sent home.”

McCall-Smith-Alexander-credit-Chris-Watt--webAlexander McCall Smith

One of the world’s most prolific and successful authors, Alexander McCall Smith’s popular No 1 Ladies’ Detective Series – now in its 15th year – has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.

Jonathan-GlanceyJonathan Glancey

British architectural critic, writer and broadcaster discusses the future of cities as globalism challenges local identities. This lecture will be particularly relevant to a Christchurch audience.

Cover of Buried angelsCamilla-Lackberg_webCamilla Lackberg

Swedish crime-writing sensation.

  • and in association with Bookenz – An Hour with Camilla Lackberg
    Wednesday 14 May, 7.30pm
  • Book here
  • Search our catalogue for Camilla Lackberg

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