At Cheltenham Lit Fest with Benjamin Zephaniah and Alan Gibbons October 11th

I’m thrilled (and a little frightened) to be appearing at Cheltenham Literature Festival alongside two incredible teen writers, talking riots, terrorism and hate crime. Here’s the blurb and a link in case you are interested: Three outstanding teen fiction writers take a timely look at terrorism, prejudice and how the choices we make shape our lives. Benjamin Zephaniah, a distinctive voice on social and political issues, presents his new novel Terror Kid, Alan Gibbons’ novel Hate explores the ‘crime’ of being different and Catherine Bruton examines the 2011 UK riots in her novel I Predict a Riot.

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