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This week’s topic is Book Events/Festivals I’d Love to Go to Someday. Yeah, we wish…
My local literary festival is Henley Literary Festival. Like so many other literary events, this year it will be going ahead in online form only, from 26th September to 4th October. I’m sure there will be some exciting events on the programme but it can’t be exactly the same as being there in person: listening to and meeting authors, chatting to other readers, enjoying the sights of Henley-on-Thames and soaking up the bookish buzz.
Therefore as a reminder of happier, less socially-distanced times I thought I’d share some highlights from previous Henley Literary Festivals that I’ve attended. Links will take you to my review of each event.
And a final event, even closer to home, held at Waterstones, Reading in June 2018.
What literary festivals or events are you looking forward to being able to attend (in person) again? Or do you now prefer online events?