What the horses heard at York Literary Festival

What the horses heard is being led out of the stable to go on parade at York Literary Festival.  Hope anyone who lives nearby might like to come!  Here is advance notice for you….

Cinnamon Press – World War I writers 25 March | 2.00pm – 3.30pm | Explore York Library and Archive £5 from York Theatre Royal Independent publishers Cinnamon Press join York Literature Festival for the rst time to showcase some of their poignant and powerful novels centred on the events of World War I. Rebecca Gethin’s novel What the Horses Heard asserts the importance of individuals despite enormous loss; Marg Roberts’ A Time for Peace charts the lives of a Serbian soldier and Ellen, a medic trying to forget the women’s bodies piled in a church; and Jane Austin’s News from Nowhere is inspired by letters from the Front illustrating the impact of war on family. All of the authors will be reading and discussing their work.

Horses cover





About Rebecca Gethin

Rebecca Gethin is a poet and a novelist. Cinnamon Press published her third collection, All the Time in the World in 2017. Another pamphlet is forthcoming with Three Drops Press. Her second novel, What the horses heard, was published by Cinnamon Press in May 2014. Her second poetry collection - A Handful of Water - was published by Cinnamon in 2013. Her first - River is the Plural of Rain - was published by Oversteps Books in 2009. Her novel Liar Dice won the Cinnamon Press Novel Writing Award in 2010 and was published in 2011. She lives on Dartmoor and writes occasional pieces about wildlife and nature. Her poems appear in a variety of poetry magazines and in several anthologies.
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3 Responses to What the horses heard at York Literary Festival

  1. sharonmccallum says:

    Brilliant news Becky – I wish I could be there. Hope the event is a big success. sharonx

  2. Chris Morse says:

    That is great – well done!! Chris

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