What’s on at the Festival: Let’s Talk Books

Discover another series of events for you, your friends and family to enjoy at the Northumberland Festival of the Arts, September 16 – October 2, 2022, taking place in Northumberland County’s picturesque towns and beautiful countryside. Vicki Delany will talk about her experience writing mystery novels and her Sherlock Holmes Bookshop Mystery Series, Wednesday, September…

What’s on at the Festival: Literary Workshops

Have you always wanted to write a novel or memoir? Do you have a book you want to self-publish? Or would you just like to take a little time to explore and develop your inner poet/writer? Wherever your interests lie, there’s a workshop for you at the Northumberland Festival of the Arts, September 16 –…

What’s on at the Festival: Blue Denim Press Author Evening

Refreshment in hand, join Blue Denim Press authors at The Mill for an evening of discussions on literature and readings from recently launched books. Learn about how authors coped and succeeded to create and publish their work during pandemic times. The following books will be launched at this event: In Love With The Night by…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Jeff Keary

“I have a degree in Fine Arts and a degree in English, which might seem, and probably are, the perfect qualifications for doing something like this, and I really kicked myself that I hadn’t been doing this since I was twenty-five.” Jeff Keary Today Shane Joseph interviews Jeff Keary, owner and editor of Grapevine Magazine,…

What’s Your Take: In Praise of Gatekeepers by Ronald Mackay

In this series, Northumberland artists share their views on issues related to the arts. If I’m honest, I write not only to satisfy an urge but to seek validation. I want thoughtful, educated people — like I imagine myself to be – to nod in recognition of what I proffer. I seek confirmation that my…