If there’s one thing that most Lincoln Book Festival fans have in common, it’s a love of reading.
We know that wading though a cluttered email inbox isn’t quite the same as lounging on the sofa with a good book, but even still, we’ve launched a couple of new e-newsletters that we hope should warrant a peruse for ardent festival followers.
Firstly, there’s a new monthly e-newsletter for people who want to receive general updates on the latest festival news and announcements. You can sign up with just an email address from the homepage of our website www.lincolnbookfestival.org
The first issue went out in February confirming the Victorian theme of this year’s festival and dropping a few hints at what might be explored in September’s programme.
To read or subscribe to our Lincoln Book Festival e-Newsletter, just follow this link.
In addition, we’ve launched a separate e-newsletter specifically for schoolteachers who want the lowdown on Lincoln Book Festival educational activities. We’ll use it to keep our wonderful supporters out there in local schools informed of developments we believe might interest their pupils, like our annual flash fiction competition which will return after Easter.
Teachers can sign up for the Lincoln Book Festival Schools Update here.
As you’d expect, you can unsubscribe at any time using the links in the email footer. And we’ll continue to keep our website and social media channels fresh with the latest news and announcements too as the 2019 festival takes shape.
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