Angry Robot at EdgeLit

It’s back! EdgeLit, the Midlands’ foremost literary day festival is back at the QUAD in Derby, showcasing some of the SFFH’s finest literary talent, including Frances Hardinge, Paul Tremblay and of course, some fantastic Angry Robot authors! This year both Rod Duncan and Micah Yongo will be making appearances, as well as Andy Remic, Gav Thorpe and Jen Williams (who we only publish in the US of A but who we love, so we’re including here). Here’s where they’ll be on the day: 10AM Imposter Syndrome: At What Point Do You Become ‘A Proper Writer’? Rod Duncan, Fran Dorricott, Zoe Gilbert, Roz Watkins (Chair), Micah Yongo 11AM Special Guest of Honour Slot: The Life and Work of David Gemmell Julie Crisp (Chair), Andy Remic, Anna Smith-Spark, Gav Thorpe 12PM Promo 101: What Really Works To Market Your Book? Julie Crisp, Penny Reeve (Chair), Gav Thorpe, Adrian J Walker, Jen Williams 1PM New Worlds: Is Fantasy Slowly Becoming A Broader Genre? Sponsored by Red Kite Publishing Anna Smith-Spark, Anna Stephens, Gav Thorpe (Chair) 1PM Brave New Words – Live at Edge Lit Featuring author guests RJ Barker, GX Todd and Jen Williams 3PM The Rule Of Three: What Is The Appeal Of The Trilogy, And Will It Ever Fade? Rod Duncan (chair), Frances Hardinge, Vic James, Mark Latham, Jen Williams 3PM How To Improve Your Chances of Getting Published (workshop) Andy Remic 4PM A Sense of Place: Setting a Scene’s Atmosphere (workshop) Gav Thorpe 5PM Building Imaginary Worlds On The Page And In The Mind (workshop) Rod Duncan And if that’s not enough, our Pen will be in attendance too, moderating Jen and Gav’s panel at 12PM and running a social media workshop at 2PM. Other than that she’ll be holding court in the bar with editorial assistant Nick, so do drop by, say hi and talk all things books. And don’t forget the Gemmell Awards presentation from 8PM. Check out who wins for best heroic fantasy this year! Tickets are just £30 and can be bought on the door or from the website. See you there, chums!    

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