Uppsala City Night Nov 8th

Uppsala City Night - Thursday 8th Nov 2018

UPPSALA | Thursday 8th Nov

Join us for a cosy evening in the bookshop as the shops in Uppsala City celebrate City Night with extra long shop hours. 

Have tea in the bookshop. Special offers on selected titles. And why not get great tips for the upcoming Sunday’s Father’s Day? We're open until 21.00.

You can read more about the Uppsala City Night at the facebook page Uppsala City where you'll also find information on a contest where you can win a gift certificates worth 3.000:- (or visit www.uppsalacity.se for more info)

Talk: The Making and Re-making of Frankenstein

Talk: The Making and Re-making of Frankenstein

UPPSALA | Wednesday 31st October at 19.00

Welcome to Halloween at The English Bookshop in Uppsala! Daniel Ogden will give a talk about The Making and Re-making of Frankenstein – Celebrating 200 years of Mary Shelley’s gothic classic.

Join us for an evening where shadows lurk in the corners and literary genius lights our way.

Wednesday 31st October at 19.00
Tickets 70:- incl tea and cake.
Get your ticket at the bookshop today – limited number of seats.

Vote for Citizens of the Year in Uppsala

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Vote for Citizens of the Year in Uppsala

The founders of our shops – Jan & Christer – have been nominated for the Uppsala Citizen of the Year Award. We're all super excited about this!
 
Want to help us vote them to the finals? Click to read more

Win author signed copies

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Win author signed copies

** Contest now closed – winners announced after the weekend **

Win author signed copies of Robert Galbraith’s latest mystery novel Lethal White (hardback), Yuval Noah Harari’s exploration of the future 21 Lessons for the 21st Century (3 signed hardback copies), or an awesome pack with three suspenseful titles (3 packs).

Click to read more

Author signing at the book fair in Gothenburg

Author signings at the book fair

GÖTEBORG Bokmässan | Thurs 27th–Sun 30th September

Welcome to our stand C04:29 at Bokmässan, Gothenburg Book Fair, Thursday 27th–Sunday 30th September.

Special fair offer: 3for2 on everything in the stand.

Author signings Friday and Saturday – click to see signing schedule.

Author Talk: The Three Wells of Screenwriting – Matthew Kalil

Author talk: The Three Wells of Screenwriting – Matthew Kalil

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 22nd Sept at 10.30

Saturday Morning Author Talk by writer and director Matthew Kalil,
author of The Three Wells of Screenwriting

Discover Your Deep Sources of Inspiration

Do you ever wonder where your story ideas come from? Discover your hidden wells of endless creativity and use them to write highly original scenes, characters, and adventures.

Click to read more

Non-Fiction reading group: Factfulness – Hans Rosling

Non-Fiction reading group: Factfulness – Hans Rosling

UPPSALA |  Thursday 27th Sept at 19.00

In September, our new Non-Fiction reading group will be discussing Factfulness –  Ten Reasons We're Wrong About The World - And Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling.

Click to read more, see video and how to sign up

Philosophy Special Theme Reading Group

Philosophy reading group: Would you kill the fat man?

STOCKHOLM Monday 8th Oct | UPPSALA Tuesday 9 Oct

WOULD YOU KILL THE FAT MAN?
The Trolley Problem and What Your Answer Tells Us about Right and Wrong

Welcome to join this special theme philosophy reading group, facilitated by Madeleine Hyde. There will be a meeting in Uppsala as well as in Stockholm.

Click to read more and how to sign up

Author visit: David Christian – Origin Story


Author visit: David Christian – Origin Story

STOCKHOLM | Tuesday 18th Sept at 18.00
(please note *Tuesday*, a previous post stated the wrong weekday)

Author visit: DAVID CHRISTIAN, author of
Origin Story – A Big History of Everything

This is the epic story of the universe and our place in it, from 13.8 billion years ago to the remote future.

How did we get from the Big Bang to today's staggering complexity, in which seven billion humans are connected into networks powerful enough to transform the planet? And why, in comparison, are our closest primate relatives reduced to near-extinction?

Big History creator David Christian gives the answers in a mind-expanding cosmological detective story told on the grandest possible scale.

Click to read more and how to get a ticket

Culture Night at the bookshop

Celebrate KulturNatten at the bookshop

UPPSALA | Saturday 8th September

Celebrate KulturNatten at the bookshop!

11.00 Storytelling for Children with David

18.00 Ann Charters on Tranströmer
Ann will talk about her new book Two Widows See Their Poets Sleeping, of poetry, her friendship with Tomas Tranströmer, and his funeral.

19.00 Reading, writing, and the books that inspire
A conversation between Sara Bergmark Elfgren and Helena Dahlgren on literature, horror, the joy of reading and the pleasures and hardships of writing.

Saturday 8th September. Free! 

Books of the Month – January 2020

Taylor Jenkins Reid
Daisy Jones and The Six
Paperback

General Fiction of the month

Nevil Shute
What Happened to the Corbetts
Paperback

Classic of the month

Jamie Quatro
I Want To Show You More
Paperback

Short Stories of the month

Marsali Taylor
The Body in the Bracken
Paperback

Mystery of the month

J. Todd Scott
The Far Empty
Paperback

Noir of the month

Helen Marshall
The Migration
Paperback

Sci-Fi of the month

Bridget Collins
The Binding
Paperback

Fantasy of the month

W. L. Goodwater
Breach
Paperback

Urban Fantasy of the month

Ibi Zoboi
Pride
Paperback

Teen/YA of the month

David Wallace-Wells
The Uninhabitable Earth
Paperback

Non-Fiction of the month

Books of the Month – December 2019

Delia Owens
Where the Crawdads Sing
Paperback

General Fiction of the month

Jane Austen
Northanger Abbey
Paperback

Classic of the month

Eka Kurniawan
Kitchen Curse
Paperback

Short Stories of the month

M.L. Longworth
A Noël Killing
Paperback

Mystery of the month

Stephen Mack Jones
August Snow
Paperback

Noir of the month

Greg Chivers
The Crying Machine
Paperback

Sci-Fi of the month

Dale Bailey
In the Night Wood
Paperback

Fantasy of the month

Charlaine Harris
An Easy Death
Paperback

Urban Fantasy of the month

Mary H. K. Choi
Permanent Record
Paperback

Teen/YA of the month

Tom Michell
The Penguin Lessons
Paperback

Non-Fiction of the month

Books of the Month – November 2019

Keith Gessen
A Terrible Country
Paperback

General fiction of the month

Maria Edgeworth
Castle Rackrent
Paperback

Classic of the month

Samanta Schweblin
Mouthful of Birds
Paperback

Short stories of the month

Peter Maughan
The Cuckoos of Batch Magna
Paperback

Mystery of the month

Rafael Bernal
The Mongolian Conspiracy
Paperback

Noir of the month

Steven Erikson
Rejoice
Paperback

Sci-Fi of the month

Wray Delaney
The Beauty of the Wolf
Paperback

Fantasy of the month

Edward Willett
Worldshaper
Paperback

Urban Fantasy of the month

Sarah Farizan
Here to Stay
Paperback

Teen/YA of the month

John Sellars
Lessons in Stoicism
Hardback

Non-Fiction of the month

Books of the Month – October 2019

Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
Address Unknown
Paperback

General fiction of the month

Oliver Goldsmith
The Vicar of Wakefield
Paperback

Classic of the month

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