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Autumn: Horror in the East schedule

Autumn: Horror in the EastThe schedule for Autumn: Horror in the East, that takes place on Saturday 3 November in Lowestoft has been released. Saturday’s events will run as follows:

  • A reading from Joseph Freeman.
  • Panel discussion, ‘Everything you ever needed to know about zombies but were too afraid to ask’ featuring David Moody, Sean Page, Iain McKinnon and Adam Millard.
  • Panel discussion regarding self publishing and traditional publishing featuring Adam Millard, Andrew Hook, Michael Wilson, David Moody and Ivan Bunn.
  • A reading from Adam Millard.
  • Panel discussion ‘Horror: what is horror?’ featuring Joseph Freedman, Andrew Hook, Michael Wilson and Conrad Williams.
  • Panel discussion ‘Apocalypse right Now’ featuring Adam Baker, Simon Coleby, Joseph D’Lacey and Sean Page.

For further details, directions and up to date news on Autumn: Horror in the East be sure to check the Autumn: Horror in the East website.

DAN HOWARTH


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