Iain Banks evening in Leicester

Iain M Banks is due to appear for a special evening event in Leicester, at the Phoenix Square, on Friday 3 June at 7.00 pm. Tickets are ‘8.00 (‘7.00 concessions):, book online or at Phoenix Box Office on 0116 242 2800.

‘Born in Fife in 1954, Iain M Banks is one of the UK’s most acclaimed writers of science fiction. Having already carved out a great reputation as a literary writer with novels such as The Wasp Factory and Walking on Glass, his first SF novel, Consider Phlebas, was published in 1987. Since then the Culture series has gone from strength to strength, featuring a number of seminal titles such as Use of Weapons, Feersum Endjinn and Matter. His most recent novel, Surface Detail, was released in 2010

To celebrate the new paperback publication of Surface Detail, this event will feature a reading, Q+A session and signing with Iain. This will be Iain’s only tour date in the East Midlands, so be sure not to miss out on an evening with one of science fiction’s leading lights.’

This event is brought to you by Alt.Fiction.

Iain M Banks is due to appear for a special evening event in Leicester, at the Phoenix Square, on Friday 3 June at 7.00 pm. Tickets are ‘8.00 (‘7.00 concessions):, book online or at Phoenix Box Office on 0116 242 2800.

‘Born in Fife in 1954, Iain M Banks is one of the UK’s most acclaimed writers of science fiction. Having already carved out a great reputation as a literary writer with novels such as The Wasp Factory and Walking on Glass, his first SF novel, Consider Phlebas, was published in 1987. Since then the Culture series has gone from strength to strength, featuring a number of seminal titles such as Use of Weapons, Feersum Endjinn and Matter. His most recent novel, Surface Detail, was released in 2010

To celebrate the new paperback publication of Surface Detail, this event will feature a reading, Q+A session and signing with Iain. This will be Iain’s only tour date in the East Midlands, so be sure not to miss out on an evening with one of science fiction’s leading lights.’

This event is brought to you by Alt.Fiction.