Welcome to the Cambridge Writers website. Here you will find a little about us and what we do, also profiles of some of our members and some samples of our work.

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Kazuo Ishiguro

Ely Cathedral, Monday 9. March, 7:30pm

Kazuo won the Booker Prize for The Remains of the Day. It is ten years since he published his last novel Never Let Me Go, and The Buried Giant, his first novel since then will be published on March 3rd. The Buried Giant tells of the desperate and dangerous journey undertaken by the ageing couple, Axl and Beatrice, through a threatening and magical landscape in search of a lost son they have not seen for many years. For followers of Kazuo Ishiguro, this will be a major event for 2015.

Kazuo's talk is one of a series of literary events organised by Topping and Company, booksellers of Ely.

Doors open 6.45pm; more about the event here.

Interview with RJ Gould

Bookaholic Confessions spoke with Cambridge Writer RJ Gould about "A Street Cafe Named Desire" recently published with Accent Press. You can read the interview here

Tuesday, 3. Mar 2015 - Annual General Meeting

The proposal is to elect the Programme Secretary, Membership Secretary, Newsletter Editor, Webmaster and Publicity Officer at the AGM.  The current officers are all willing to stand for re-election.

David Franks,  Kazuo Ishiguro at Ely
R J Gould,  Who Writes and Reads Romantic Fiction?
Thure Etzold,  Encounters - Seven winning short stories from Cambridge Writers