Vietnam War - here Julian Pettifer tells how it was reported & at Marlborough LitFest how historian Max Hastings records its 'epic tragedy'
One of the major events at this Year's Marlborough LitFest will be Sir Max Hasting's talk about his new history of the Vietnam War which is published by William Collins on 20 September 2018.
Amy Sackville's novel tells how Velázquez achieved his portraits, became painter to Philip IV & his bizarre court - you can hear her at Marlborough LitFest
Diego Velázquez' searching gaze - just his right eye - peers out from the dust jacket of Amy Sackville's Painter to the King - King Philip IV of Spain.
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- LitFest 2018: Tim Dee on nature writing with a difference: "Gnashing of teeth is important, but poems are too"
- 1918 - the last year of the 'Great War': Marlborough LitFest guest tells its story in the words of those who fought
- They queued for LitFest tickets to make sure of an audience with David Walliams
- Wednesday: Marlborough LitFest tickets go on sale - including David Walliams' TWO sessions
- Marlborough LitFest announces an extra appearance by David Walliams - plus The Oldie comes to town with a literary lunch
- Wow! Stand back grown-ups: David Walliams heads Marlborough LitFest children's programme
- Chris Cleave to be talk of the town: book for Marlborough LitFest’s Big Town Read is announced
- Marlborough LitFest 2018: major contributors William Boyd, Kate Mosse & Katie Hickman are announced
- Marlborough LitFest 2018's programme adds Sir Max Hastings, Alan Johnson and motorcyclist Lois Pryce
- Rose Tremain to open Marlborough LitFest 2018 as its Golding Speaker
- The phenomenal Marlborough LitFest 2017: books, writers, a lively café & happy audiences
- REVIEW: music critic Fiona Maddocks brings a classical Desert Island Discs to LitFest
- Younger - and younger - readers took centre stage at Marlborough LitFest 2017
- REVIEW: Flagging up rising nationalism - capacity LitFest audience hears about flags' enduring power & their politics
- REVIEW: John O'Farrell gives his LitFest audience a side-splitting take on politics - with some deft lefts and rights to its ample chin
- REVIEW: LitFest's Golding Speaker Will Self enthrals, delights & astonishes - but leaves some a bit baffled or even unsettled
- LitFest: William Golding's daughter talks about his 'Marlborough book' - The Pyramid - in its fiftieth anniversary year
- REVIEW: LitFest audience entranced by opening night's poetry & dance performance by Kayo Chingonyi & Sean Graham
- LitFest 2017 launches to a packed Town Hall
- Sensational Flash Mob Dance Launches Marlborough’s 2017 Litfest