Doctor Who fans will have the chance to meet author Paul Magrs this week at City Library, Elliot House, Deansgate.
Paul Magrs, the author of many Doctor Who short stories, will be at City Library on Saturday 14 July from 6:30-7:30pm.
He will be discussing his work and reading from his latest novel, '666 Charring Cross Road'. His work has been described as incredibly funny and warm, with a dark vein of horror running through it.
Councillor Luthfur Rahman, Manchester City Council's assistant executive member for culture and leisure, said: "If you like gothic, laugh-out-loud material, this is the event for you. Paul is an excellent writer and his style is unique"
His latest novel, '666 Charing Cross Road' takes naive Shelly, a museum worker, from a vampire infestation in Manhattan to a second hand bookstore in London.
Paul also penned the Brenda and Effie novels, which feature the adventures of two retired ladies investigating spooky goings-on in the seaside town Whitby.
Tickets for this event are free and are available from http://www.paulmagrs.eventbrite.co.uk/, or by calling 0161 2341056.