Whether you read on Kindle, downloading books from the cloud, or prefer the quiet charms of your ...
Whether you read on Kindle, downloading books from the cloud, or prefer the quiet charms of your local bookstore, everyone loves some kind of book. Books about sport, cooking, and craft rub shoulders with memoir, music and the very best literature from across the world.
From the international stars such as Paul Theroux the travel writer, to John Boyne, author of the internationally acclaimed Boy With the Stripped Pyjamas, world renowned food critic Jay Rayner and the Scottish National Poet Liz Lochead.
Added to these well known names, we'll hear about new books on the fracking controversy, a personal account of IVF treatment, the life of Northern Ireland's most famous actor, and an alternative history of Ireland by one of it's most famous authors.
There will be a series of films at the Queen's Film Theatre, a new theatre production of a classic american short story from the Beat Generation's Charles Bukowski and the world premiere of a new work by Ian Sansom and the Wireless Mystery Theatre.
And this year will see the first 'Family Day' at the Crescent Park, dedicated to children and young adults writing with food, music and events.
This years Belfast Book Festival will again bring the wide world of books to Belfast, creating ideas and bringing the joy that only the printed word can bring.
For further information: www.belfastbookfestival.com