A discussion and reading with Genevieve Fox and Aida Edemariam
Formerly the Features Editor of the Daily Telegraph, Genevieve Fox has worked on and for a range of publications including the Independent, the Daily Mail, the Evening Standard, ES Magazine, YOU, Arts Review, Grazia, and Glamour. She writes about culture, property and luxury travel as well as general features. Milkshakes and Morphine is her first book.
Aida Edemariam, who is of dual Ethiopian and Canadian heritage, grew up in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She studied English literature at Oxford University and the University of Toronto, and has worked as a journalist in New York, Toronto and London, where she is currently a senior feature writer and editor for the Guardian. She is a recipient of a Royal Society of Literature Jerwood Award for a work of non-fiction in progress, and lives in Oxford. The Wife’s Tale is her first book.
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|21 Feb 2018||5:00pm - 6:00pm|
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