Book Signings

Throughout the fair, Borzoi Bookshop will once again host a series of book signing on their stand. Some authors will also be demonstrating recipes from their books in our workshop tent.

Please note – the below schedule is subject to alterations

Monday 7thGeorgina Montagu6.00 - 9.00pm'Top Dogs' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Katy Campbell and Mark Nicholson6.00 - 9.00pm'At Home In The Cotswolds' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Tuesday 8thLara Feigel10.30am'Look! We Have Come Through' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Francesca Gibbons12.30pm'The Greatest Kingdom' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Kitty & Al Tait2.30pm'Breadsong' - Demo in the Hunt Bespoke kitchen, followed by signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Wednesday 9thTorie True11.00am'Chilli & Mint' - Book signing followed by demo in the Hunt Bespoke demo kitchen,
Kate Young3.30pm'The Little Library Parties' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Thursday 10thRichard E Grant9.00am'A Pocketful of Happiness' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand
Kaleb Cooper - 'Clarkson's Farm'12.00pm'The World According to Kaleb' - Book signing at The Borzoi Bookshop stand

More details on the demo’s and reserving your space can be found here…

Author Bio’s

Kaleb Cooper – Clarkson’s Farm

Kaleb Cooper is a farming contractor from Oxfordshire who plays a central advisory role to Jeremy Clarkson in all eight episodes of the Prime Video series Clarkson’s Farm.

Chipping Norton’s celebrity farmer Kaleb Cooper has strong views on lots of things: sheep (‘stupid’), Jeremy Clarkson (‘f***ing idiot’), goats (‘they’re a proper good clear-up animal, they eat everything – no wonder they taste horrible’), New York (‘if it’s like London, where there are no tractors, that’s no good’) and more.

In The World According to Kaleb, he shares his thoughts on topics such as capital cities, famous people, hairstyles and why farming is the best job in the world.

Meet Kaleb on Thursday 10th November.

Richard E Grant

Richard will be at the Borzoi Bookshop stand on Thursday 10th November signing his latest book ‘A Pocket Full of Happiness’

Richard E. Grant was launched to fame in 1987 cult classic Withnail and I. Since then, he has gone on to star in a wide variety of films, including his Oscar nominated performance in Can You Ever Forgive Me? in 2018. An avid reader, in 2021 he hosted the BBC’s literary travel series Write Around the World with Richard E. Grant. He married Joan Washington in 1986, and has a daughter, Olivia. You can find him on Twitter @RichardEGrant and Instagram at @richard.e.grant.

Kate Young

Kate Young is an award-winning food writer, cook and bookworm. Her Little Library Cookbooks (The Little Library Cookbook, The Little Library Year, The Little Library Christmas and The Little Library Parties) feature food inspired by famous, beloved and occasionally obscure works of literature. She has written about food, books, and sexuality for various publications, including the Guardian, Prospect Magazine, Slightly Foxed, Stylist, Delicious, and Sainsbury’s Magazine. After a sunny Australian childhood, spent indoors reading books, she moved to London, which suited her much better. She is now based in the English countryside.

Torie True

Torie True is the author of ‘Chilli & Mint: Indian Home Cooking from a British Kitchen’ which was shortlisted for a ‘Gourmand World Cookbook Award’. Her love of Indian food really grew exponentially after meeting her British Indian husband in her early twenties, followed by many trips to India over the years – learning from family members, home cooks and chefs. She has learnt how delicious, healthy and straightforward Indian cooking in the home can be and now shares her passion for the cuisine with others at her Indian cooking classes, mainly in her home in London, which also include a spice tour to neighbouring Tooting before the cooking gets underway back at her house. She is a member of the Guild of Food Writers.

Demo – Sri Lankan dal dal, Keralan cabbage thoran & white cabbage and a chutney – Wednesday, 11.30am

Francesca Gibbons

Francesca Gibbons worked as a copywriter at a marketing agency before leaving to focus on her career as a children’s author. The Shadow Moth is her debut novel. It was inspired by the gardens she visited as a child, and her love of folklore and monsters. It is the first book in the Clock of Stars trilogy.

Lara Feigel

Lara is a writer, literary critic and cultural historian, and a Professor of Modern Literature and Culture at King’s College London. Through her writing she seeks new ways to represent the complex relationships between life, literature and history. In 2020, she published her first novel, The Group – an essayistic investigation of contemporary women’s lives. She is the author of four previous works of non-fiction, including 2018’s critically acclaimed Free Woman, The Bitter Taste of Victory (2016), and The Love-Charm of Bombs (2013). She writes regularly for the Guardian and lives in Oxfordshire with her two children.

Kitty & Al Tait

Kitty Tait and her Dad Al run the Orange Bakery.  Two years ago, Kitty was at school and Al worked at Oxford University, but when Kitty became so ill she couldn’t leave the house, the two discovered baking and, in particular, sourdough.  Chronicled in Kitty’s Instagram @kittytaitbaker they went from a small subscription service to pop-ups to a shop – all in two years.