Saturday, 10 November 2018

FREE Cleckheaton Literature Festival anthology launch, 1pm today at Cleckheaton Library

In conclusion to my previous two blog posts about the CLF anthology launch, today I am featuring our third reader Ali Harper (A J Taft):

Ali Harper writers feminist crime fiction. The Disappeared is her first novel in this genre. An option for TV and film rights has also just been signed with Yorkshire-based Duck Soup Films. Ali lives in Leeds, where she teaches creative writing, has just completed a PhD, and plays netball badly.

A J Taft is a crime writer, whose novel, My Time Has Come, was published in 2015. She is currently the writer-in-residence at Headingley Lit Fest and won second prize in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in 2013. In October 2015 her first novel, Our Father Who Art Out There...Somewhere (published 2011) was selected in the Yorkshire Post’s top twelve books that best define Yorkshire, written since the millennium.
As well as being able to purchase the anthology, guests will also be able to purchase copies of Ali's work at the event.

We look forward to welcoming you at 1pm this today at Cleckheaton Libary.

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