Greene & Heaton authors Joseph Knox, Martha Collison and Viviane Schwarz at Cheltenham Literature Festival

Joseph Knox (SIRENS), Martha Collison (TWIST) and Viviane Schwarz (HOW TO FIND GOLD) all made appearances at this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival.

On 13th October, at Transworld Books’ Proof Party, Joseph discussed his debut crime novel, SIRENS, and the experience of seeing his words in print.

On 14th October, Martha presented her debut cookery book, with a literal taste of some of the recipes TWIST has to offer.

And on 16th October,  Viviane ran an event combining live drawing and readings from HOW TO FIND GOLD and IS THERE A DOG IN THIS BOOK.

Established in 1949, The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival has garnered the reputation of being one of the foremost literary events in the world. And with more than 500 speakers – including three of our own, across ten days of discussions, debates, workshops, readings and pop-up performances –  this year’s festival has only served to strengthen Cheltenham’s storied legacy.