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David Hurn - GB. Literary Festival. Haye-on-Wye. Wales. 1993.
G.B. WALES. Hay. Bryan APPLEYARD. UK. Writer for the Sunday Times. Books include: The Culture Club, How to Live Forever or Die Trying. 1993.
G.B. WALES. Hay. Bernice RUBENS. UK. Died 2004 age 76. He fourth novel, The Elected Member, won the 1970 Booker prize. Her novel (1978) A Five Year Sentence was
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye. Writer, Frederic RAPHAEL, born Chicago 1931. Has written more that 17 novels and many screenplays including 'Darling'. 1993.
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye. Literary Festival. Writer Beryl BAINBRIDGE. English author and dramatist. Three of her books have been filmed. 'The Dressmaker' won the
UK. Wales. Hay on Wye Literary Festival. Writer. Paul DAVIES, scientist & writer. Professor of Mathematical Physics at the University of Adelaide. Author of s
G.B. WALES. HAY-ON-WYE. Writer Derek WALCOTT won the 1992 Nobel Prize for Literature. He teaches at Boston University where he has founded the Boston Playrights
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye. Writer Anita DESAI. Of Indo-German heritage, Anita DESAI was born in 1937 and educated in Delhi. She has been shortlisted twice for the
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye Literary Festival. Writer, Julian BARNES author of numerous novels including 'A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters', 'Flaubert's Parr
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye. Writer Karen ARMSTRONG, a former Nun, is now a freelance writer and broadcaster. 1993.
GB. WALES. Hay on Wye. Writer Frederic RAPHAEL, born Chicago 1931. Has written more that 17 novels and many screenplays including 'Darling'. 1993.