June is about to burst out all over, and it’s another busy month for Crime Cymru. It starts where May left off with Alis Hawkins officially launching her new Teifi Coroner novel, In Two Minds, on June 1st 2:30pm at Main Place in Coleford.
Then we launch into the Crime and Coffee festival hosted by Cardiff Library services with a host of crime authors, including many members of Crime Cymru. For full details and to book your tickets for all the events, click here. www.ticketsource.co.uk/cdfcrimefest19
It all kicks off, at the Central Library, 12:30 on June 3rd with Katherine Stansfield talking with Mick Finlay about whether historical crime resonates with the present.
On June 4th, at 7pm in Cathays Library, Evonne Wareham will be in conversation with Vanessa Savage about romantic suspense and other crime fiction.
On June 7th, at 7:30pm in Canton Library, join Alison Layland, Jan Newton and Gaby Koppel in conversation about their latest books.
Saturday 8th June starts off at 10am with “What lies beneath may never stay buried,” a writer’s workshop with Sally Spedding.
At 11am Gwen Parrott and Gareth Williams join Alun Davies, Geraint Evans and Jon Gower discuss Welsh language crime fiction (in Welsh).
At 1:30, under the guiding hand of Gaby Koppel, Cal Smyth, Leslie Scase and Gwen Parrott discuss modern versus historical crime – which is deadlier?
At 4pm, Cal Smyth will be asking Sally Spedding and B E Jones about their dark psychological thrillers.
June 11th, moving north, all the way to Northwich Litfest, enjoy some domestic noir. At 7:30pm in Northwich library, join Thorne Moore and Judith Barrow for Keeping it in the Family: Domestic drama.
19th June Alison Layland’s new novel, Riverflow, with environmental themes is being launched at Booka Bookshop in Oswestry, with live music, a video and refreshments.
For more details of this and all the other events, see our events calendar