Meet the sensational author Sara Ahmed for a captivating discussion about her new book The Feminist Killjoy Handbook.
Join Manchester Poetry Library for the launch of Prof. Minoli Salgado’s Twelve Cries from Home: In Search of Sri Lanka’s Disappeared.
Following on from his debut event in Manchester last Spring, Manchester Literature Festival is excited to welcome back best-selling author Douglas Stuart for an intimate evening at Central Library.
Manchester Metropolitan University welcome award-winning poet Najwan Darwish and translator Kareem James Abu-Zeid for the inaugural Manchester Translation Series.
Dave Haslam and Jeremy Deller mark the publication of ‘Adventure Everywhere’, Haslam’s short book about Pablo Picasso’s Paris nightlife.
A new exhibition exploring how Elizabeth Gaskell presented Manchester and its people through her novels and short stories, and the impact she had through her writing.
Join Elizabeth Gaskell’s House online for a revealing look at women’s classics of the 19th century and their re-invention for the small and big screen.
Manchester Museum welcome best-selling author Peter Frankopan to the launch of his new book, The Earth Transformed, a major history of how climate change has shaped civilisations.
Manchester Poetry Library is celebrating International Mother Language Day on Thursday 23 February with a day of free events.
New and old fiction, classics, vintage and old favourites – we have a wide variety of second-hand books to choose from with many starting from £1.
This book sale is held regularly on the second Sunday of every month at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House. Described as ‘Manchester’s best second-hand book sale’ by one visitor it is a popular and favourite destination for book lovers.
Manchester Poetry Library launch Tina Tamsho-Thomas new collection Someone Is Missing Me with a drinks reception.
Join award-winning actor Julie Hesmondhalgh at Contact and hear about her career as well as insights and advice on a range of topics.
Join Manchester Poetry Libray in welcoming poet Jenny Mitchell, who will be reading from her new book Resurrection of a Black Man.
More Fiya brings together Jackie Kay, Malika Booker, Kayo Chingonyi, Jason Allen-Paisant, Rommi Smith & Keisha Thompson
Part of Manchester Literature Festival