Every Second Tuesday the Friends host a local author to give a reading, discuss their work and meet readers. Please come along. 7-8:30 pm at the library (and come early for tea and coffee from 6:30).
Here are some of the upcoming events: June to September:
Paul Burston comes on 13 June with We Can Be Heroes, an autobiographical work which is to be published in June.
On 11 July Simon Keable-Elliott presents Utterly Immoral: Robert Keable and his scandalous novel, about the book written by his grandfather which was condemned by critics but became an international best seller.
For 8 August, Louise Candlish will talk about her latest novel, The Only Suspect.
Christopher J Schuler - 12 September, with The Wood That Built London: A Human History of the Great North Wood (in conjunction with the Lambeth Heritage Festival).
The events are livestreamed, so you can attend without leaving your home, if you prefer. Details of links for viewing online are always posted on this site and on the Lambeth Library Events site, nearer the time.
Past events are available to view from the Carnegie Library facebook page.