Waterstones High Street Lincoln is proud to present An Evening with Michael Stewart,
one of the leading experts in all things Bronte. He will be in store for a talk about the bicentenary of Emily Bronte as well as discussing his new novel based off Heathcliff's lost years away from the Heights, Ill Will.
A multi-award winning writer born and raised in Salford, Michael Stewart now resides in Bradford where he has written numerous plays which have been performed around the country as well as credits in radio and television. Once the writer in residence at Theatre in the Mill at Bradford he now is head of creative writing at the University of Huddersfield and the editor of Grist Books. His debut novel King Crow won the Not the Booker prize from the Guardian and was a recommended read for World Book Night. Other novels of his include Mr Jolly and Cafe Assassin. His first poetry collection Couples was published in 2013 for Valentine's Day.
Tickets for the event will be 3.00 and can be purchased in the Lincoln High Street branch of Waterstones. The cost of the ticket is redeemable through any purchase of ill Will. If you have any queries please do phone us at 01522 540011 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.