Kim Stanley Robinson and Francis Spufford in conversation with Adam Roberts

Monday 3rd April 19:00 at London - Piccadilly

Waterstones Piccadilly is delighted to announce a very special event featuring three exceptional authors. 

Kim Stanley Robinson and Francis Spufford will be discussing their work with critic and author Adam Roberts.

Kim Stanley Robinson is widely regarded as one of the foremost living writers of science-fiction. Author of the bestselling Mars trilogy as well as numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, he has won many awards over the years, including multiple Hugo and Nebula prizes.

Francis Spufford teaches writing at Goldsmiths University and has written 5 highly-acclaimed works of non-fiction. His first fiction title, Golden Hill, was a Waterstones Book of the Month and won the 2016 Costa Prize for First Novel.

Adam Roberts has written an extensive collection of works in both the fiction and critical genres. Author of some wonderfully original science-fiction and parody titles, Adam teaches English literature and writing at Royal Holloway University.

All are welcome for what will be a fascinating evening of discussion.

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Ticket price is redeemable against the above authors' titles available at the event.

There will be an opportunity to get books signed following this event.

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Monday 3rd April 19:00

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