UK Updates

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Events Programme 2023

Listen with Lindsey 2023: Our reading aloud sessions will continue, normally on the second Tuesday of the month. These are on Zoom; you don’t need it installed but for security reasons you must register. You can register here:

then you will receive a link for joining in, which should allow you to attend one or all. For copyright reasons these sessions will not be recorded so I’m afraid they won’t be available afterwards.

This year’s next readings will be at 7.00pm UK time: 10 October, 14 November*, 12 December.

*March and November, if outside the UK time zone please check whether your summer time/daylight saving matches the UK change.

Thursday 6 April UK Publication of Fatal Legacy

Tuesday 18 July USA Publication of Fatal Legacy


17-19 OctoberHistorical Novel Festival of Úbeda (Jaen)

Lindsey will receive the Premio Ivanhoe, an award for lifetime achievement and will give a talk reflecting on her writing career of more than 30 years.

Thursday 12 October UK paperback Publication of Fatal Legacy and UK hardback of anthology, Voices of Rome.

Thursday 12 October – 5.30, Arts Lecture Room 3 – Arts Building (rm127), Edgbaston Complex, Birmingham University: ‘A touch of vino fino, a smidgeon of fried fish…’

The Birmingham and Midlands Classical Association (BMCA) and the Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology are delighted to announce that this year’s autumn lecturer is the historical novelist Lindsey Davis. Lindsey will talk about the challenges of writing her long-running series, with special reference to readers’ expectations. All are welcome and questions from the audience encouraged. The Heath Bookshop will be offering books for sale.

Saturday 21 October – a day at Fishbourne Roman Palace with Andante Travel: “This new Study Day offers a chance to not only see one of the UK’s great archaeological sites in the company of Lindsey herself along with specialist archaeologist David Rudling, but also to listen to Lindsey speak on the task of creating one of Rome’s finest private eyes.”

Concluding with a talk and signing for Fatal Legacy.

Online recordings: see Nuggets for previous interviews and podcasts.