Georgette Heyer: An Un-Conference - 25 February 2021

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Welcome to Georgette Heyer: A Century Spent Having a Ball on 25 February 2021

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2021 sees the centenary of the publication of Georgette Heyer’s first novel, The Black Moth, whose legacy UCL Press is recognising through the publication (on 25th February 2021) of a series of essays – Georgette Heyer, History and Historical Fiction edited by Dr Samantha Rayner and Professor Kim Wilkins.

To mark the launch of the publication, there will be a series of celebratory events hosted by UCL Press & Pink, Auld & Brown (which will be released on 25 Feb for you to watch at your leisure) to highlight Heyer’s wonderful work.

Events include:

  • Publication Keynote: The Black Moth and Beyond - in Conversation with Biographer Jennifer Kloester & Professor Kim Wilkins
  • Guest Keynote: Philippa Gregory in Conversation
  • Writing Historical Fiction: What can we Learn from Heyer - with novelists Kate Forsyth & Alison Goodman. Chair: Professor Kim Wilkins
  • Heyer: The Nonesuch of her Time and the Original Influencer - with authors & Heyer aficionados including Harriet Evans, Katie Fforde, Lois McMaster Bujold & Cathy Rentzenbrink. Chair: Jacks Thomas
  • Georgette Heyer, History and Historical Fiction: A volume of essays - brought to life with Kathleen Jennings, Tom Zille & Vanda Wilcox. Chair: Dr Samantha Rayner
  • Guest Podcast from Shelf-Healing: Carriages & Costumes: Regency Replicated & Reimagined - hosted by Rebecca Markwick, with guests Amy Bracey & Zack Pinsent

Book your ticket now to receive:

  • Free download of the newly published essay series - Georgette Heyer, History & Historical Fiction
  • Access to all celebratory events (all sessions are pre-recorded as live, we will email you the access links at 9am GMT on 25 February)

Are you entitled to a concession discount? If you are in receipt of Pension Credit, Universal Credit, Income Support or Job Seekers allowance, are a Student or disabled person (with free access for one carer) you are entitled to a concession discount at our events. Please contact us on hello@pinkauldandbrown.co.uk with proof of eligibility and we can arrange your discount.

This event is hosted by UCL Press and powered by Pink, Auld & Brown - view the full programme & speaker details here.

Many thanks to our sponsors & partners - American Collective Stand, Arrow Publishing, The Folio Society and the Shelf-Healing Podcast.

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