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53 London Street
Norwich
United Kingdom

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Situated in the heart of Norwich in the Lanes area of the city, The Book Hive is a beautiful three storey building housing a unique collection of books in a quirky and stylish setting. As the city’s only truly independent new bookshop, it stocks a personally chosen and intriguing selection of titles, often hard to find elsewhere, in five main categories; Fiction, Poetry, Art & Design, Children’s Books and Cookery.

Events

Situated in the heart of Norwich in the Lanes area of the city, The Book Hive is a beautiful three storey building housing a unique collection of books in a quirky and stylish setting. 

UEA Live presents Jonathan Gibbs

This event will take place at Cafe Bar Marzano, in the Forum.

A series of Live Literature events from the University of East Anglia run in collaboration with Writers’ Centre Norwich.

Join us for the second season of UEA Live; a series of free readings by established writers who are all graduates of UEA’s Creative Writing Programmes. The established writers will be supported by current Creative Writing undergraduates, bringing together talented writers at all stages of their careers for your delectation. 

The events are a chance to enjoy quality writing in a relaxed atmosphere as well as the chance to chat to each other and the writers over a drink (or two).

Jonathan's first novel, Randall was published by Galley Beggar Press in Norwich and he has also had short fiction appear in Lighthouse and Gorse. 

There’s no need to book, just turn up on the night to enjoy readings from Jonathan and selected undergraduate Creative Writing students. We look forward to seeing you there.

Jonathan Gibbs was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad in 1972, grew up in Essex and now lives in London. He works as a journalist, writes on books for The Independent and the TLSand blogs on book design for The Independent. He took the MA in Creative Writing at UEA followed by a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing. His story The Story I’m Thinking of was shortlisted for the inaugural White Review Short Story Prize, and The Faber Book of Adultery was anthologised in Salt’sBest British Short Stories 2014.