Bookpop! With Ashley Poston, Hope Nicholson and Sam Maggs

Monday 29th May 19:00 - 20:30 at London - Piccadilly

Join us as we celebrate 15 Years of Quirk Books with the first Bookpop! With lots of Swag and exclusive giveaways this will be one night you don;t want to miss!

Joining us on the night will be:

Ashley Postonis the author of Geekerella, The Sound of Us and We Own the Night. A self-confessed fan-girl and avid gamer, she is also a designer and part of the podcast ALL THE FEELS. She lives in New York .

Hope Nicholson author of: The SPectacular Sisterhood of Superwoman, is the owner and founder of Bedside Press, specializing in archival and anthology comics collections such as Moonshot (a collection of Inuit, Metis, and First Nations comic book stories) and The Secret Loves of Geek Girls (an all-female comic and text anthology of true stories of geeky love). She is a consulting editor for Margaret Atwood’s Angel Catbird (Dark Horse Comics, 2016). 

Sam Maggs is a writer, television professional and author of The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy. Named 2013’s ‘Awesome Geek Feminist of the Year’ by Women Write about Comics, Sam and her work have been featured everywhere from TV and movie screens to the Internet, books and national newspapers. 

This event is FREE (please ignore the below) Tickets are avaialable in store and by phone or you can email If you have any questions please do get in contact.

Further details: 02078512400

London - Piccadilly Waterstones, London - Piccadilly
Monday 29th May 19:00 - 20:30

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