Sunday 13th October, 13:00-14:00, Main Marquee
Everyone has a favourite Moggach novel, from Tulip Fever and The Ex-Wives to These Foolish Things, which she adapted as the hugely popular film The Best Marigold Hotel. She’ll be in conversation with Cathy Rentzenbrink about her incredible career as both novelist and screenwriter, her work for Dignity in Dying and her new novel, The Carer, which wittily then movingly dissects the challenges faced by adult children too distracted to care for their father when he reaches that difficult age.
Sunday 13th October, 14:30-15:30, St Endellion Church
Philip Reeve is a Dartmoor-based author and illustrator of such children’s books as the Buster Baylis series. He is primarily known for the 2001 book Mortal Engines and its sequels, Predator’s Gold, Infernal Devices, and A Darkling Plain. Here Lies Arthur won the Carnegie Medal in 2007. With Fever Crumb, he initiated a series of Mortal Engines prequels. Recently he’s created another, very different future world in the Railhead trilogy and its these books he’ll be discussing with us.