Legendary BBC foreign correspondent Kate Aide, along with a host of names from international literature, is coming to Gibraltar next month.
The Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival, the first of its kind on the Rock, will take place between October 25- 27.
The line-up of international authors includes prize-winning author Joanne Harris and Man Booker Prize winner Ben Okri, and programme reflects the rich cultural heritage that comes from Gibraltar’s location between Europe and Africa and from the influence of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
For more information visit gibraltarliteraryfestival.com
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