Welcome to the Chichester Literary Society. Explore our website to find out news and other important information about meetings and special events organised by the Society. Also discover more about our authors and speakers and have a browse through our photo gallery to see what we do.
"I have always imagined Paradise will be a kind of library.""In my dream world books are free and reading makes you thin.""Books are a uniquely portable magic.""If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need."
Next meeting: The Wit and Wisdom of Oscar Wilde: Mark Perry Nash on February 7th at 2pm at Boxgrove Village Hall, PO18 OEE.
2018 Programme Our exciting programme for 2018 is on our Events page. Save the dates in your diary!
The London Walk will be on May 12th along the river in Chiswick and to Chiswick house after lunch.
Congratulations to our Patron!
Our patron, Simon Brett is featured in the Chichester Observer Guide of September 7th “Simon reaches his century of books!” His latest book is “Seriously Funny … and other Oxymorons.
John Keats statue unveiled at Eastgate, Chichester by Patricia Routledge, DBE with sculptor Vincent Gray on 26th August, 2017.
Chichester Literary Society contributed towards the cost and several of our members attended the ceremony on a lovely, sunny afternoon.
We welcome old and new members and visitors to our new venue!
Membership Secretary: Marjorie James firstname.lastname@example.org