TLW LEXiCON is a new literary festival taking place in Faversham, Kent (UK). The convention includes panels, interviews, and discussions covering all genres of fiction. LEXiCON embraces the literary arts on a whole, but does include things of interest for both fantasy readers and writers.
Doors open at 09:30, and entry is only £1 per day or free for under-14s.
Here is a sneak-peek at the convention’s programming:
Stewart Ross – Talking about “The Soterion Mission” and his other projects
Cherry Potts & Katy Darby – Panel discussion & interview: Stage to Page – editing Liars’ League and Arachne Press collaborations
Chris Colton – (aka “The Screenrighter) Adapting Books for the Screen
Sophie Duncan & Natasha Duncan-Drake – “Self-publishing”, or “Independent Publishing”?
Katy Darby – Writing historical novels
Stephen Deas – Discussing his books and his writing process
Sophie Duncan & Natasha Duncan-Drake – Creating worlds and building audiences
Chris Colton – (aka “The Screenrighter) Screenwriting Workshop
Closing Panel – Including the announcement of the Play and Short Story competition winner.
All events are intended to be suitable for all ages, but will be most relevant to anyone who has an interest in reading, writing, publishing, or story creation.
Faversham is approximately one hour by car from London.