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Devil Wins CWA Dagger

Conville & Walsh Literary Agency are delighted to announce that Antonia Hodgson’s debut novel, The Devil in the Marshalsea, has won the Endeavour…

Dermot Healy Dies Aged 66

We are sorry to announce the sad news that Dermot Healy has died aged 66. Winner of literary prizes including the Hennessy, the Tom…

Two in Society of Authors Awards

Conville & Walsh literary agency are delighted to announce that two authors have been named in this year’s Society of Authors Awards. Nathan…

The Perfect Theory Longlisted for Winton Prize

Conville & Walsh Literary Agency is delighted to announce that Pedro Ferreira has been nominated in the longlist for the Royal Society Winton…

Sophie Lambert a Shooting Star

Conville & Walsh Literary Agency are delighted to announce that Sophie Lambert is The Bookseller’s inaugural Shooting Star; the publishing professional from their…

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Upcoming Events

City Stories and Curious Cartography

July, 31 2014

7pm, Waterstones Piccadilly

Join Henry Eliot and Matt Lloyd, the writers and urban cartographers behind the map series Curiocity, for an evening of storytelling and unusual London maps. Henry and Matt will walk us through some of the city’s most intriguing places and experiences, and describe the process of producing and printing their series of intricately folded maps. They are currently working on an Alternative London A to Z in book form.

This event is free, but please reserve your place by email:

Ticket Offer: Curious Arts Festival

Come and be Curious at the Curious Arts Festival which takes place in the breathtakingly beautiful gardens of Pylewell Park in the heart of the magical New Forest over the weekend of 18th-20th July. A dazzling array of writers, musicians, film-makers and artists including: Antonia Fraser, DBC Pierre, John Niven, Hossein Amini, Rachel Joyce, Dan Snow, Viv Albertine, Nathan Filer, Gavin Turk, Joan As Policewoman, Nick Mulvey, Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit and many more are there to delight, inform and entertain. You can pique your curiosity too with Breathing Lessons, Garden Walks, a Jabberwocky Hunt, Bibliotherapy, Print-making and many other intriguing activities. Camping is free and there is a delicious array of food and drink on site.

Curious? Just go to the website and tap in promotional code ‘Friend’ for a curiously great ticket offer...


08 Jul 2014