The Friends of Garston Library invite you to one or all of a series of evenings for lovers of literature.
Each evening involves a talk by an author or authors and a chance to ask questions.
And one of them involves a chance to read your own work.
On 19th September the focus is on crime and detective fiction, with guest speaker Martin Edwards.
On 17th October the topic changes to local history, with guest speaker Mike Axworthy
And 21st November is poetry evening, with guests from the Dead Good Poets Society.
Each event is free (including refreshments) and runs from 6pm to 8 (with the talks scheduled to start at 6 30). Each takes place at the Library on Bowden Road, Garston.
The poetry event includes a chance for you to read your own poems. If you want your poem to be considered, please let the Friends of Garston Library have it by 21 October. You can e mail it to
or bring it along to one of the earlier events. (If you are e mailing please put POETRY in the subject line).
The Friends look hope to see you there!