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Bookshop Day with June Sarpong and Charly Cox

Saturday 6th October 14:00 at London - Gower Street

To celebrate Bookshop Day (part of the Books Are My Bag campaign), we are bringing together two of the most exciting feminist voices in the UK. Join June Sarpong (The Power of Women and Diversify) and Charly Cox (She Must Be Mad) as they discuss what is means to be a woman in 2018 and why we should ALL be feminists.

Charly and June will be taking questions from the audience and signing copies of their books afterwards.

Book online, instore or call 020 7636 1577


June Sarpong MBE is one of the most recognisable British television presenters and broadcasters. She's also the co-founder of the WIE Network (Women: Inspiration and Enterprise) and author of Diversify and The Power of Women.

Charly Cox is a 22-year-old writer, producer and poet. Her writing focuses on destigmatizing mental health and the coming-of-age of a young woman surviving the modern world. In January 2017, she published her first poem on Instagram, showing her internet followers her poetry for the first time; since then she’s been asked to be Virgin Radio’s poet in residence, she’s been published on Refinery29, hosted poetry nights to raise money and awareness for MQ Mental Health and been named by ELLE magazine as one of their 20 power players to watch out for in 2018. She Must Be Mad is Charly’s first book.

London - Gower Street Waterstones, London - Gower Street
Saturday 6th October 14:00
£6 general
£4 students / Waterstones card members

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