Writers in Pimlico

Pimlico Writers' Panel, November 2013

More than 30 people came to Pimlico Library on 22 November for the second Pimlico Writers’ Panel. All of us were entertained and impressed by the talents of Gabrielle Kimm, Hallie Rubenhold and Linda Stratmann.

Following introductions all three read excerpts from their books. There was an extensive Q & A session when the authors revealed the secrets of decadent 16th century Italy and some of the scandals which shocked Georgian and Victorian London. They also answered a range of questions dealing with writing in general, including character & plot development and publishing.

The night was concluded by signing of books bought from Belgravia Books’ pop up shop. This session dovetailed well with the business and author events that have been running throughout 2013 at Pimlico Library, look out for more in 2014.



2 responses to “Writers in Pimlico

  1. icantexplainmyfeet

    would be good to hear about these sort of events in advance. I did find out about a couple of events by visiting Victoria library. Maybe an email for subscribers?


    • Hello and thanks for your comment :-). We post full details of events in Westminster Libraries on our News & Events pages. If you’re just interested in one library, keep an eye on their individual events page (which also includes details of their regular events such as storytimes, job advice and reading groups) – but if you’re interested in events across the City then the page to watch is the main News & Events page. You could also follow us on Twitter, where we aim to tweet every special event throughout the year with a link to the full details. If you read Books & the City on the web, you’ll also see the Twitter feed appearing in the right hand column. Hope that helps!


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