Elsewhen Author at St. Albans Literary Festival

LitFest logoElsewhen Press author Dave Weaver is due to make a number of appearances at the St. Albans Literary Festival this week (6th – 9th November). Dave will be at an event featuring nine local authors introducing their published works at Dagnall Street Baptist Church on Saturday 8th November from 1.00 pm onwards and again at Waterstones St. Peters Street from 2.00 pm on Sunday 9th November where he will be signing copies of his three Elsewhen Press novels,Jacey’s Kingdom‘, ‘Japanese Daisy Chain and The Black Hole Bar, once again alongside other selected local authors.

The festival is new to the town but already attracting top authors in the various fields of Crime (MR Hall, MJ Arlidge, James Runcie and Leigh Russell), Fantasy (Ben Aaronovitch, Mike Carey) and Romance (Rowan Coleman, Rachael Lucas and Liz Fraser). Even Terry Wogan is making an appearance to launch his new book!

Dave will also be hosting a local writing groups open mic night (‘Groups’ Therapy’) in his role as Chairman of Verulam Writers’ Circle, which will take place at Waterstones from 7.30pm on Thursday 6th November. He looks forward to the chance to meet any fans of Elsewhen Press and particularly his own work at the Festival.


About Dave Weaver

Dave Weaver, a graphic designer, was born in darkest Surrey. He took quite a long time to begin writing. About a decade ago he joined the local Verulam Writers’ Circle and has since had a number of short stories published in various anthologies and webzines. Much of his writing hovers on the shifting borders between fantasy and reality. He holds a particular fascination for the uncertain times of Britain’s Dark Ages, no doubt inspired by the ruins of the Roman town of Verulamium near where he lives with his family and a cat called Trillian. Jacey’s Kingdom is his first novel.

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