Sunderland Libraries Literature Festival 2019
Have you seen that several University of Sunderland staff, students and graduates are leading events and speaking at the Sunderland Libraries Literature in 2019?
The full programme runs from 1 October-6 November 2019 and it looks jam-packed full of inspiring events, lectures and activities.
If you’re interested in reading up before you attend, here are some links to our current staff members’ books in the University of Sunderland library catalogue.
- Alison Younger and Colin Younger, speaking about poetry therapy and Wearside ballads.
- Sarah Dobbs, speaking about why telling stories is good for you
- Angela Smith, sharing her expertise on the myth of clean eating
- Sarah Hellawell explores the work of Sunderland’s first female MP, Dr Marion Phillips
- Miguel Gomes speaking about Viking lore and myths
- Alex Lockwood on his new book, The Chernobyl Privileges
- Delphine Doucet will be discussing early modern utopias
- Peter Hayes will be sharing his children’s fiction