The big name for the 2017 edition of the London Literature Festival is Hillary Rodham Clinton, giving her only appearance outside the US related to her recently released memoir “What happened”.
Other highlights of the festival include a dramatised reading of Nelson Mandela’s memoir “The Presidential Years” and a talk by Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgård on his latest novel “Autumn”.
In addition there will be book readings, poetry reading/performances and lectures.
A lot of the events are free while others are not. The Hillary Clinton talk is the priciest event and will set you back between £45.00 and £70.00.