Our November event exploring Ursula Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea and the author’s enduring legacy was one of our most popular yet, with almost 100 Le Guin readers and fans sharing in the discussion. If you weren’t able to make it (or if you … Continue reading A reader’s view: Check out this fantastic report from our recent event celebrating Ursula Le Guin
Cardiff BookTalk follows up its season of science fiction and fantasy by turning to another popular genre: the literary thriller. Join us on the evening of Monday 11th February 2019 as we explore The Golden Orphans, the brand new novel by Cardiff author Gary Raymond. … Continue reading Save the date: Cardiff BookTalk’s first event for 2019 will be held on Monday 11th February
There has been a fantastic response to our upcoming event on Ursula Le Guin, with all of the free tickets snapped up! If you missed out but would love to come, email email@example.com in case any additional tickets become available. And if you booked a … Continue reading All tickets taken for BookTalk event celebrating Ursula Le Guin!
Cardiff BookTalk continues its exploration of science fiction and fantasy this semester with a very special evening celebrating the legacy of the great American novelist, poet, and essayist Ursula Le Guin.
It was wonderful to have a large audience last night at our first event of this year, exploring Ted Chiang’s novella “Story of Your Life” alongside its film adaptation, Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival. Thanks for the great discussion! The Cardiff BookTalk programme is a full one … Continue reading BookTalk Screening and Expert Discussion, 29 October: Mary Shelley (2017)
Please join us this Autumn as we take a tour through science fiction and fantasy – from the nineteenth century to the present, and exploring short fiction, novels, film, and poetry! Details for all events can be found on our blog and free tickets can … Continue reading Autumn 2018: A season of science fiction and fantasy
The third and final article by Cardiff BookTalk speakers about Emily Brontë is now online at The Conversation UK here. Dr Márta Minier, Lecturer in Drama at the University of South Wales, gives us an insight into some fascinating Hungarian adaptations of the Brontë family and their … Continue reading Emily Brontë at 200: Márta Minier on The Conversation