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Salisbury Literary Festival

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Saturday 20 October:

Matt Haig is a bestselling writer of both fiction and non-fiction. His novels include: How To Stop Time, The Radleys, and The Humans. His memoir, Reasons to Stay Alive, which described his battles dealing with depression, was a Sunday Times number one bestseller and was in the top ten charts for 49 weeks. The follow up, Notes on a Nervous Planet, which focuses on ways to cope with stress and anxiety in the modern world, was published in July and went straight to number one in the UK non-fiction charts.

Sunday 21 October:

Jonathan Coe is the award-winning author of eleven novels. His first novel, The Accidental Woman, was published in 1987 and since then he has written a string of critically-acclaimed titles, including What a Carve Up!, The House of Sleep and The Rotters’ Club, which was turned into a BBC TV series. Among his many awards are the Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger, the Prix Médicis Étranger, the Bollinger Everyman Prize and the Samuel Johnson Prize. His latest novel, Middle England, will be published in November. Jonathan will be in conversation with the author, Barney Norris.

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