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One of the long-standing friends of the Edge of the World Bookshop is author Anna Wilson. Anna writes hilarious children’s books and we have enjoyed lots of children’s events with Anna with the whole audience in stitches. Her newly published memoir is on a more sober subject, her mother’s autism.
Lamorna Ash is the author of Dark, Salt Clear: Life in a Cornish Fishing Village. Here Lamorna introduces her book for the Edge of the World Bookshop. Charting her time in Newlyn and the fishing community there, this is a captivating insight into the life and character of our beloved
Author Frances Hardinge reads the opening chapter of her stunning new novel Deeplight. This author is an Edge of the World absolute fave and her latest novel doesn’t disappoint. If you are looking for page-turning fantasy then fiction this good shouldn’t be only available to teens. The gods of the
Lydia Monks has illustrated some of Julia Donaldson’s classic stories including What the Ladybird Heard. To celebrate the publication of a new adventure, What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside, she shows how to draw your very own mermaid. Have a go!
We were due to feature author Kiran Millwood Hargrave at the Acorn Penzance to talk about her latest book ‘The Mercies’. One of the disappointing aspects of the lockdown for us has been having to cancel and postpone a series of exciting events we had planned and this was one