Events in the College of Arts and Law

Events

How to self-publish and market your book

How to self-publish and market your book

Date
16/10/2015
Description
Want to self-publish but don't know how? Find out how to market your book with local authors and alumni Katharine D'Souza and Simon Fairbanks.
The Birmingham Revue of Books

The Birmingham Revue of Books

Date
16/10/2015
Description
Celebrating literature in a light hearted evening of comedy, poetry, music, and maybe even a few surprises…
Into the narrows

Into the narrows

Date
17/10/2015
Description
An essential event for fans of fantasy, horror, and speculative fiction; but also aspiring writers of any genre.
Things that don't sell books and why you should do them anyway

Things that don't sell books and why you should do them anyway

Date
17/10/2015
Description
What little things make a reader decide to buy a book?
The mystery at the heart of fiction

The mystery at the heart of fiction

Date
17/10/2015
Description
Six authors, six mysteries, one intriguing event.
Book to the Future presents: SJ Watson

Book to the Future presents: SJ Watson

Date
17/10/2015
Description
Award-winning author and alumnus SJ Watson returns to campus to discuss the phenomenal international success of his first novel Before I Go to Sleep and sensational psychological thriller Second Life, with BBC Radio 4 Women's Hour presenter (and fellow alumna) Jane Garvey.
'The Urban Splash Story'  - Tom Bloxham MBE, Urban Splash

'The Urban Splash Story' - Tom Bloxham MBE, Urban Splash

Date
20/10/2015
Description
Ironbridge Annual Lecture 2015
Appointing Judges in an Age of Diversity: An International Conference on the 10th Anniversary of the Judicial Appointments Commission

Appointing Judges in an Age of Diversity: An International Conference on the 10th Anniversary of the Judicial Appointments Commission

Date
06 - 07/11/2015
Description
This one-and-half day conference will bring together judges, officials, practitioners and academics to reflect on the Judicial Appointments Committee's first ten years—its successes and failures; past and future challenges; the prospects for faster progress on diversity and obstacles to this—as well as judicial appointments more generally.
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