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Michelle Mason at RHS Wisley

Saturday 22 June 2019
Location: RHS Wisley
Speakers
Michelle Mason breathes new life into flower arranging with tips from her new book, Flower Market: Botanical Style at Home.
Book :
  • Flower Market

The Garden Museum Literary Festival 2019

Friday 21 June 2019
Location: Houghton Hall and Gardens, Norfolk
Many of our authors will be appearing at the Garden Museum's Literary Festival at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, over the weekend of 21 and 22 June - including Isabel and Julian Bannerman; Hugh St Clair; Mary Keen, Caroline Donald, Tim Richardson, George Carter, Catherine Horwood

An Evening with Michelle Mason at Hatchards

Thursday 25 April 2019
Location: Hatchards, 187 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9LE
Speakers
Michelle Mason shares her tips in Flower Market: Botanical Style at Home on making the most of seasonal plants and flowers throughout the year.
Book :
  • Flower Market

The Grant Arms Wildlife Book Festival 2019

Friday 19 April 2019
Location: The Grant Arms Hotel 25 The Square Grantown on Spey PH26 3HF
Speakers
4pm: Editor of Gardens Illustrated LUCY BELLAMY will be here with her new book Brilliant and Wild: A Garden from Scratch in a Year
Book :
  • Brilliant and Wild

Philippa Stockley at Oxford Literary Festival

Tuesday 2 April 2019
Location: St Cross College, Oxford
Novelist Philippa Stockley introduces her new book Black Lily, a dark and fast-paced work set in 17th-century London. The action centres around two women—one white and born into poverty who realises her only way out is to capitalise on her looks, the other black and brought to London on a slave ship and living as a kept woman. Both find themselves pitted against a ruthless magistrate. Stockley paints a vivid portrait of a rapidly changing multi-national London with its plague pits, prisons and pastry kitchens. Stockley has worked in a variety of roles as journalist, artist, costume designer and interior designer. She has written two previous novels, The Edge of Pleasure and A Factory of Cunning. Here she talks to George Miller, a former editorial director of Oxford University Press and Granta and co-author of Rough Guide to Food.
Book :
  • Black Lily