Mini-festival in the Stockholm shop

Jen Campbell and Marie Phillips

The Stockholm shop invites you to a September mini festival. Author Jen Campbell is visiting for an exciting, bookshop themed evening talk on Thursday 10th September, and novelist Marie Phillips will join us for our next Breakfast Talk on the morning of the 11th. Tickets are for sale in the Stockholm shop, please find all info below.

Evening talk:
Jen Campbell on The Bookshop Book

Jen Campbell is a poet, short story writer and an antiquarian bookseller. Her Sunday Times bestselling book Weird Things People say in Bookshops was published in 2012 and a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Award.

For our mini festival evening, Jen is visiting us from England to discuss her latest book The Bookshop Book. It's a delightful celebration of bookshops from all over the world, and the official book of the Books Are My Bag-campaign

Don't miss this bookshop themed evening – a subject very close to our hearts.

Thursday 10th September at 19.00
50 kr (including a glass of wine)
Tickets are available to purchase in the Stockholm shop

Breakfast talk:
Marie Phillips on The Table of Less Valued Knights

For our next Breakfast Talk, and part two of the mini-festival, we are thrilled to introduce London author Marie Phillips, who will discuss her Bailys Prize longlisted The Table of Less Valued Knights. Her first novel, Gods Behaving Badly, was an international bestseller, translated into twenty languages, and made into a film starring Sharon Stone and Christopher Walken. Marie has also worked on documentaries for TV and as an independent bookseller.

Join us in the shop for a bookish morning of mythology and great writing, whilst enjoying a breakfast roll and a cup of coffee or tea.

Friday 11th September at 09.00
30 kr (including a breakfast roll and coffee/tea)
Tickets are available to purchase in the Stcokholm shop

** Festival ticket: Join us for both mini-festival events for just 70 kr! **