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The Annual AIM Literary Festival (ALF) is a celebration of literary diversity. The platform explores a wide array of literary genres and amplifies voices that may have previously remained unheard. The theme of the 4th Annual AIM Literary Festival is Let’s Share Our Stories. We're celebrating an entire day dedicated to stories, featuring storytellers, writers, publishers, and an array of storytellers from all corners of the globe. This year, our festival embraces the theme, 'Let's Share Our Stories,' promising a vibrant day dedicated to narratives, storytellers, writers, publishers, and more, with contributions from storytellers spanning the globe.
The festival features Sunday Times Bestselling author Shrabani Basu as keynote speaker and Waterstones Children’s Laureate, Joseph Coelho, Founder of Tamasha theatre, Sudha Bhuchar, Lord Meghnad Desai and many more distinguished guests and speaker.
At the heart of our festival lies the StoryGarden Initiative, an endeavour designed to cultivate the seeds of literary passion within our communities and champion diversity. The 'StoryGarden Bookshelf', as featured in The Bookseller, at the AIM Literary Festival will display a diverse collection of books, representing the tapestry of the UK community. We are thrilled to have received a positive response from leading publishers like Bloomsbury, bestselling authors and independent authors for the same. Read more about StoryGarden and how you can be a part of ALF 2023 here.
You can view the full programme flow at our ALF website.
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