Robert Holdstock / Heartwood: Telling the Matter of Britain

The British Library is holding an evening in memory of the late Robert Holdstock, a great friend of the BFS. The event takes place on 2 September from 6.00-8.00pm. Tickets are ‘7.50.

From the Library’s website: “In his extraordinary books Mythago Wood, Lavondyss and many others, the late Robert Holdstock explored a mythic landscape of this land; using the tools of science fiction and fantasy at timeless depths and earning him acclaim as an heir to Tolkien or Ursula Le Guin. His work will be the starting point for an evening of exploration, discussion and readings with authors Stephen Baxter, Lisa Tuttle and other guests. Chaired by Graham Sleight.”

The British Library is holding an evening in memory of the late Robert Holdstock, a great friend of the BFS. The event takes place on 2 September from 6.00-8.00pm. Tickets are ‘7.50.

From the Library’s website: “In his extraordinary books Mythago Wood, Lavondyss and many others, the late Robert Holdstock explored a mythic landscape of this land; using the tools of science fiction and fantasy at timeless depths and earning him acclaim as an heir to Tolkien or Ursula Le Guin. His work will be the starting point for an evening of exploration, discussion and readings with authors Stephen Baxter, Lisa Tuttle and other guests. Chaired by Graham Sleight.”