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First Virtual Book Festival

North Staffordshire Press held its inaugural online book festival on Thursday. Over thirty brave souls joined from as far afield as Chennia southern India to Carmarthen, Hanley, Stoke. Clayton and Rugeley. Authors and artists showcased their work to an enthusiastic audience and local Sci. Fi. writer Sean Armstrong together with Lee MD  Abbey Sound Audio described their Audiobook about the Green Girl. Emily Moore pen name Fox Hat a graduate from Staffordshire University showed her digital pictures and chatted to a Professor from India online about his work. Jolene Modd a successful children’s author from Shelton is a campaigner for Epileptics which is a hidden disability and talked about her books and life experiences.

The themes of the Festival apart from writers and artists were based on music, quotes and botanical aspects. A recipe for Elderflower wine was described but unfortunately it was a tea total meeting.  A quote was read: A women drove me to drink but I never had the courtesy to thank her.

North Staffordshire Press is planning to hold another online book festival later In the Summer which makes practical sense in this Lockdown. Thanks to the Innovation Hub at Keele and Staffordshire University for support with this Venture.

 


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