Cheltenham Literature Festival – Free tickets for Douglas Coupland tonight

Douglas_Coupland_Photo_of_AuthorA cult Canadaian author is appearing at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, and this time we’re not talking about Tyler Keevil’s gig this Tuesday: Douglas Coupland, the author of international bestseller Generation X, is on a rare visit from Canada to discuss his new book, Worst.Person.Ever, described as ‘a deeply satirical book about a dreadful human being with no redeeming value.’ He’ll be talking at The Inkpot, Imperial Square, Cheltenham, at 8pm TONIGHT (Sunday 6th October), and tickets are free with UoG student ID.

There are loads of other events at the Cheltenham Literature Festival, one or two of which even feature writers. So do check out the full programme. University of Gloucestershire students are entitled to a 50% discount on ticket prices and can benefit from other offers (including, somewhat strangely, the chance to see Johnny Vegas for a fiver). See here for more information: .

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