Talks to Groups, Societies and Lecture Clubs

Last year I enjoyed the challenge of speaking to a variety of  societies and clubs in the South East and elsewhere, including the Society of Sussex Authors and the U3A in Lewes, the Anderida Writers of Eastbourne, the Blatchington Hill Townswomen’s Guild and a number of smaller book groups. It’s easy to feel on these occasions that you’re amongst friends – people who share interests in literature, in history and research. The discussions which follow (or more often punctuate) the talks are never less than lively, and I invariably learn something valuable from the exchange.


R , Cuckmere


It’s always fun to meet another group. So if you think you might be interested in sharing my experiences of writing or publishing, or of historical research, do please get in touch .

Books by Richard Masefield