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Indie Book Fair: Anthony Burgess Foundation


Saturday 2 Feb 2019, 12:00 to 18:00
Location:

International Anthony Burgess Foundation
3 Cambridge Street
Manchester
M1 5BY
United Kingdom

Description:

Carcanet Press will have a table at the Dostoyevsky Wannabe organised Manchester Indie Book Fair! 

Alongside Dostoyevsky Wannabe, other Manchester and Greater Manchester presses in attendance include:

If P then Q, Comma Press, Generic Greeting, Nightjar, Carcanet, Dodo Ink, Zimzalla, Knives, Forks and Spoons, Incline and Saraband. Blue Moose books (Hebden Bridge) and Synchronise Witches (Huddersfield), along with And Other Stories, Longbarrow Press, The Poetry Business and Gordian Projects (all Sheffield) join us from Yorkshire and last but not least Dead Ink (Liverpool/north-west) will also be there.

More presses this time around means a need for even more readers and more people interested in indie literature (and indie culture more generally) to get down for this one so please bring a friend or two, and come hang out for the afternoon: 12pm until 6pm on Saturday 2nd February 2019.

Entry is free, but tickets need reserving via Eventbrite. More information can be found on the Facebook page, or at Creative Tourist.  

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