April 06, 2018
Author in the news...'It's time to write a new chapter in your life'
An interview with Pippa Beecheno by Sarah Harris was featured in 'Career Mail', Daily Mail newspaper on 5th April 2018. The interview explored Pippa's beginnings as a writer, from the early days, working while her son was napping, through to finding an agent. Sarah covered Pippa's course with the Writer's Bureau and the importance of external feedback in developing her work.
Popular Culture and Events
Kingston Local Authors Digital Book Fair, Saturday 17th September, 2021
Exciting news! Free tickets available for Kingston Local Author Digital Book Fair, Saturday 17th September 2021. Q&As both live and recorded with local authors including myself! You can watch my interview at 12pm. I will be online to answer questions during the event.
November 10, 2018
Author talk - West Barnes Library
April 17, 2018
Emma Stone is set to portray the tragic life of Rosemary Kennedy, who had learning disabilities and was subjected to a lobotomy in her twenties. Cut off from her family following the botched and horrific operation which left her unable to walk or talk, she wrote to them to try to re-establish contact in later life. The film explores the stigma and trauma inflicted on those with learning disabilities or mental illness in the 1940s.
January 22, 2018
Peter Jackson adds colour to World War One footage
Peter Jackson, Oscar-winning Director of The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, is making a documentary using previously archived World War One footage. The footage has been restored and hand-colorized. The aim is to engage fresh generations in history and provide an insight into the trauma and sacrifice that war entails. It will bring to life the humanity and suffering of those who lived through the conflict. The film will premiere at the London Film Festival then on the BBC.