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Samantha Harvey & Tessa Hadley in Conversation

Monday 30th January 2012 6:30pm - 7:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

This special event brings together two of Britain's most acclaimed writers as they their latest books are released. Samantha Harvey (below), whose debut The Wilderness was shortlisted for the Orange Prize, publishes her second novel, All Is Song, which sees a son begin to share his late father's concerns about his brother. The short stories of Tessa Hadley (left, courtesy of Rob Clifford) have been printed in Granta and the New Yorker, amongst others, and her latest collection, Married Love, is full of domestic dramas, generational sagas and tumultuous affairs. Join them in conversation with literary journalist and blogger Suzi Feay for an enlightening evening of discussion.

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, Charing Cross Road
Tickets: Free, but need to be reserved by emailing events@foyles.co.uk.

 

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