In this online event, join three genre-defying and innovative writers who investigate death in their work
In her ‘daring, poetic’ debut novel Mrs Death Misses Death, Salena Godden tells the story of Mrs Death, a black, working-class woman who shape-shifts and does her work unseen.
Gail McConnell’s ‘exquisite’ debut The Sun is Open sifts through a boxed archive of public and private materials related to the life and death of the author’s father, who was murdered by the IRA outside their Belfast home in 1984.
Chris McCabe’s Buried Garden is the latest in his ‘elusive’ series searching for the lost poets of the Victorian ‘Magnificent Seven’ cemeteries of London.
The conversation will be chaired by creative producer and ‘cultural omnivore’ Georgia Attlesey and will feature readings from each writer.
This is an online event that will be conducted via Zoom.
Tickets are pay as you feel.