Lucienne Boyce: Spinsters, Hysterics and Ungrateful Women: the Anti-Suffrage Movement


Thursday 4 May, 1.00pm Wrexham Library Lucienne Boyce (author of The Bristol Suffragettes) looks at the sometimes hilarious and horrifying attempts of the anti-suffrage movement to turn the tide. An opportunity to experience Lucienne’s fascinating grasp of this significant period in our history. Tickets £5.00 Wrexham Library: 01978 292090 Waterstones: … Read more

From Artefacts to Fiction

William Ryan

Friday 5 May, 1.00pm Wrexham Museum In 2007 a retired American military intelligence officer donated an extraordinary collection of photographs to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The photographs were taken between June 1944 and January 1945 and belonged to Karl Hoecker, adjutant to Richard Baer, the last commander of … Read more

Literary Bus

Aled Lewis Evans

Coach tour visiting local areas of importance in Welsh language literature – ID Hooson in Rhos, Bryan Martin Davies in Ruabon, Dafydd ab Edmwnd in Hanmer. Then the bus will travel to Whittington and the border area, the setting of the ninth century cycle of poems Canu Heledd, and we … Read more

Scary Stories!


Want to feel a shiver down your spine? Local author, Marie Anne Cope, has been favourably compared with James Herbert (The Magic Cottage etc) and now brings us a sneak peek of her début novel, Bonds. So come along and hear how the saga begins. After the reading, Marie will … Read more

Anthony McGowan

Donut Diaries

Donut Diaries, Henry Tumour and The Knife That Killed Me Anthony McGowan talks about his award-winning stories for young adults. Be enthralled, amused and entertained by one of the most acclaimed young adult authors writing today. Anthony McGowan Donut Diaries, Henry Tumour a The Knife That Killed Me Anthony McGowan yn … Read more