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Several of our authors have events coming up in July. As ever, plans can change, so check details with the organisers before making plans. (Links given below.)

July 4: Jon Wallace talk at Palatine Library, Blackpool
Jon Wallace will be talking about his new novel, Barricade, set in post-apocalyptic Britain. The event starts at 14:30, and tickets are £2. (Tickets can be booked in advance: see here for details.)

July 11-12: Amanda Mason’s play at York Theatre Royal
A group of acting students at the York Theatre Royal will be performing a selection of thirty brief plays, including one from our own Amanda Mason. For full details and booking, see here.

July 13: Jon Wallace at London Film & Comic Con
Here’s Jon Wallace again, this time making an appearance on Sunday at the London Film and Comic Con. Details of this event are here.

July 15: James Benmore at Big Green Bookshop
The Big Green Bookshop in Wood Green, London, will be hosting an evening with James Benmore to celebrate the publication of his novel, Dodger of the Dials. It runs from 19:00 to 20:30, and tickets are £3 (redeemable against any book purchased during the event). Details and tickets here.

July 17: James Benmore at the Dickens Museum, London
On the evening of July 17th, James Benmore will be appearing at the Dickens Museum in London. The evening kicks off with a tour of the museum, followed by a talk and readings from James. There will also be a bar.

Tickets are £10. Full details are on the Dickens Museum website here.

July 25: Richard Smyth at the New Moon pub, London
From 19:00 on Friday 25th July, Dead Ink Books will be hosting an evening of “roistering, feasting and exciting new fiction” to mark the launch of new novels by Richard Smyth and S J Bradley. There will be drinks, grub, and readings. Here’s some info on the pub.

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