Hay Festival is a time of coming together and making connections and Hay Festival Digital kept that spirit of togetherness alive.
During our festival fortnight, we invited you to share your favourite festival memories and quotes, your book recommendations, your messages of hope and solidarity with us.
Take a look at some of the highlights here and please keep sharing using #PostcardFromHay...
As we enjoy @hayfestival digital from the comfort of our own homes, we can't help but miss the bunting across shelves and picnic blankets in reading rooms. Our #PostcardFromHay from Leeds Central Library 📚 pic.twitter.com/tUIt7LTWXg— LK Network (@LKN_Libraries) May 27, 2020
#PostcardFromHay Thank you so much for this year’s digital festival, @hayfestival It provides almost as much inspiration as being there in person. Hoping to visit again next year, would love to attend another @letterslive there. Hay’s where my fascination with this show started. pic.twitter.com/cTfMONA7DF— Anke Eissmann (@khorazir) May 29, 2020
#PostcardFromHay by illustrator @HennyBeaumont. Write and share yours and we'll add them to our growing gallery of messages, memories and hopes at https://t.co/qd1fH2ISUu | #ImagineTheWorld pic.twitter.com/tXrevyBcJe— Hay Festival (@hayfestival) May 23, 2020
I’m sitting in the garden listening to #hayfestival while doing a monkey collage for my next book @hayfestival #postcardfromhay #hayonwifi it’s ALMOST as good as a welsh field! :) pic.twitter.com/H3PvEU0ENY— @chrishaughton (@chrishaughton) May 22, 2020
I was meant to be doing an event at the @hayfestival this weekend to introduce #ElephantMe 🐘my new book with @AndreaeGiles I was so looking forward to my favoutite book festival. #postcardFromHay @HachetteKids #picturebooks #HayFestival2020 pic.twitter.com/MRat9f4Yzo— Guy Parker-Rees (@GuyParker_Rees) May 23, 2020