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How the Dark Destroyer chased his legal and TV quiz dreams

How the Dark Destroyer chased his legal and TV quiz dreams

How the Dark Destroyer chased his legal and TV quiz dreams

11 February 2020

Student Ed Suckling reports on The Chase star and Mastermind champion Shaun Wallace's talk at the Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature


Pride of Britain winner Adventureman has epic tales to tell that are out of this world

Pride of Britain winner Adventureman has epic tales to tell that are out of this world

Pride of Britain winner Adventureman has epic tales to tell that are out of this world

11 February 2020

Eleanor Kent catches up with charity challenge hero Jamie McDonald ahead of his Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature appearance.


Tail-ender Hoggy bowls 'em over as festival opener

Tail-ender Hoggy bowls 'em over as festival opener

Tail-ender Hoggy bowls 'em over as festival opener

10 February 2020

College student Charlie Hughes on former England cricketer Matthew Hoggard's appearance at the Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature.


The Chase's 'Dark Destroyer' ready to be quizzed at Stortford's literature festival

The Chase's 'Dark Destroyer' ready to be quizzed at Stortford's literature festival

The Chase's 'Dark Destroyer' ready to be quizzed at Stortford's literature festival

31 January 2020

Chris Carter catches up with Shaun Wallace – the first Chaser on the ITV quiz show – just in time before his appearance at Bishop's Stortford College.


Ashes to ashes: England cricket hero forging new career as barbecue expert

Ashes to ashes: England cricket hero forging new career as barbecue expert

Ashes to ashes: England cricket hero forging new career as barbecue expert

31 January 2020

Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature speaker Matthew Hoggard tells the Indie he has swapped leather on willow for burgers on charcoal.


Crime thriller author drew on real-life attempted abduction of her own daughter

Crime thriller author drew on real-life attempted abduction of her own daughter

Crime thriller author drew on real-life attempted abduction of her own daughter

28 January 2020

Tammy Cohen will be interviewed at Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature on Wednesday February 12 about her career as a thriller writer.


'I fell out of love with romance and turned to crime instead'

'I fell out of love with romance and turned to crime instead'

'I fell out of love with romance and turned to crime instead'

27 January 2020

Bestselling author Emma Curtis will be telling her story at the Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature on Wednesday February 12.


Children can star in their own adventure story with book search in Stortford

Children can star in their own adventure story with book search in Stortford

Children can star in their own adventure story with book search in Stortford

22 January 2020

Teacher Jo Patel and author Josie Dom are hiding books around the town for children to find and enjoy for National Reading Day on Thursday.


Clare Mulley brings wartime espionage to Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature

Clare Mulley brings wartime espionage to Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature

Clare Mulley brings wartime espionage to Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature

17 January 2020

Saffron Walden author's work has earned her international recognition and prospect of one of her books being turned into a film with Angelina Jolie.


Hoggy and the Dark Destroyer to star at college literature festival

Hoggy and the Dark Destroyer to star at college literature festival

Hoggy and the Dark Destroyer to star at college literature festival

10 January 2020

Bishop's Stortford College Festival of Literature 2020 starts on February 6 and promises to be another celebration of storytelling in all its forms


Blood On His Hands is eighth chapter in Stortford author's police thriller series

Blood On His Hands is eighth chapter in Stortford author's police thriller series

Blood On His Hands is eighth chapter in Stortford author's police thriller series

08 December 2019

Ian McFadyen says he has every intention of continuing with detective Inspector Steve Carmichael's sleuthing in rural Lancashire.


Stortford author engineers sequel to his book about compassionate terrorist

Stortford author engineers sequel to his book about compassionate terrorist

Stortford author engineers sequel to his book about compassionate terrorist

07 December 2019

A promise made to a young woman in Zambia in 1980 first sparked his desire to write – but it took Brian Godfrey 35 years to fulfil that pledge.


Family travels in the Far East inspire Sawbridgeworth dad's new book

Family travels in the Far East inspire Sawbridgeworth dad's new book

Family travels in the Far East inspire Sawbridgeworth dad's new book

11 October 2019

Of Sweat and Other Joys tells the story of a family and their journeys over the course of several years to Sri Lanka, Cambodia and Vietnam.


Ghostly goings-on at Bishop's Stortford woman's childhood home inspire first novel

Ghostly goings-on at Bishop's Stortford woman's childhood home inspire first novel

Ghostly goings-on at Bishop's Stortford woman's childhood home inspire first novel

30 September 2019

Named after a cafe in St Albans, the book Pilgrims Rest explores the 16th-century building’s mysterious tunnel to the city’s cathedral.


He created a fantasy home – now he's created a fantasy world

He created a fantasy home – now he's created a fantasy world

He created a fantasy home – now he's created a fantasy world

04 September 2019

John Tarrow turned a former Dunmow council semi into a labyrinth of 13 themed rooms – now it's the inspiration for his children's fantasy novel


Legend of Brent Pelham dragon slayer and giant inspires Stortford school dad's new book

Legend of Brent Pelham dragon slayer and giant inspires Stortford school dad's new book

Legend of Brent Pelham dragon slayer and giant inspires Stortford school dad's new book

02 September 2019

Journalist Christopher Hadley, a Stortford rugby club coach, has been working on his epic read about Piers Shonks for a decade


Six writers including the Indie's Sawbo correspondent to read at Harlow Playhouse

Six writers including the Indie's Sawbo correspondent to read at Harlow Playhouse

Six writers including the Indie's Sawbo correspondent to read at Harlow Playhouse

01 September 2019

Join six writers – including New Statesman editor Jason Cowley and the Indie's Emma Vandore – for free Vanguard Readings event in Harlow


Stortford dad's book about 4-year-old daughter's vegan views is food for thought

Stortford dad's book about 4-year-old daughter's vegan views is food for thought

Stortford dad's book about 4-year-old daughter's vegan views is food for thought

31 August 2019

Young Wren-Ophelia Claydon, who starts at Manor Fields school soon, has never eaten any animal product and always checks if food “has animals in it”


Kieran Anthony Follett releases debut novel: Sidewards

Kieran Anthony Follett releases debut novel: Sidewards

Kieran Anthony Follett releases debut novel: Sidewards

29 August 2019

A 25-year-old author, who started writing his own short stories when he was a pupil at Richard Whittington Primary, has unveiled his literary debut


Julie's spreading awareness of Parkinson's through poetry

Julie's spreading awareness of Parkinson's through poetry

Julie's spreading awareness of Parkinson's through poetry

18 August 2019

First there was the blog, then the Indie column... now Stortford's Julie Walker has had The Parkinality Poetry Book published


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