Travel Writing Festival
Minarets in the Mountains
‘Trailblazing’, ‘pioneering’ and ‘disruptive’ is how Tharik Hussain’s debut book, Minarets in the Mountains: a Journey into Muslim Europe has been described.
The Lost Pianos of Siberia
Sophy's debut book is an inspirational and heart-breaking illustrated journey across Siberia’s most remote reaches to beyond its frozen myths
From Utmost East to Utmost West
The renowned explorer unpacks his expeditions from the Blue Nile and Congo River to Operation Raleigh
The Amur River
Britain’s most acclaimed literary travel writer, at the age of 81, travels along The Amur River, between Russia and China, the tenth longest in the world.
Stories of remarkable travels from Pole to Pole via Zanzibar that contemplate friendship and the irreplaceable value that travel brings
The Arab Conquests
The extraordinary story of how marauding Muslim armies carved out an empire that rivalled Rome and changed the world for ever
Bowie in Berlin
Former residents Demi and Rory unveil the city’s secrets to focus on Bowie’s prolific Berlin sojourn and creative growth
Jay Griffiths, award-winning author of more than six acclaimed books, is a fierce advocate of nature’s remaining wild places.
The Gardens of Mars: Madagascar, an Island story
An enticing journey to the fantastical landscapes, beguiling creatures and isolated tribes of tropical Madagascar
The Summer Isles – A Voyage of the Imagination
Sail single-handed up the west coasts of Ireland and Scotland on a remarkable voyage across history and into the imagination