What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun…
Fancy reading something Slovakian this autumn? The nights may be drawing in but, before you decide which books to hibernate with, why not join us for a pop-up international literary festival in Cardiff this October and discover new playwrights, novelists, works in translation and more? Will you find your new favourite drama king or queen or meet new local and global talents? Is anything new under the sun possible as ‘a generation goes, and a generation comes’ and the books they write may or may not remain forever?
Organised by Parthian in association with Seren Books, Istros, Literature Across Frontiers, Wales PEN Cymru, the Welsh Books Council, Literature Wales, the Library of Wales series, National Theatre Wales, Poetry Wales, the Rhys Davies Trust, Welsh Literature Exchange, Made in Roath, Porter’s and Cameo Club
Thursday 16th October 2014 @Porter’s, Harlech Court, Cardiff
OUR NEW START TIME: 7.45pm New Fiction: Swimming in the Actaeon Tide
Join us for the launch of travel writer Tom Anderson’s debut novel The Actaeon Tide (Parthian, October 2014) – a supernatural thriller telling a tale of ancient myth meeting new money, set at the shoreline of an all conquering sea. Tom will be joined by the young Welsh writers David Llewellyn (Ibrahim & Reenie, Seren), Georgia Carys Williams (Second-hand Rain, Parthian) and Dan Tyte (Half Plus Seven, Parthian).
₤3 entry, payable on the door.