Goldsmiths Writers' Centre presents...Adam Mars-Jones in conversation with Blake Morrison
Adam Mars-Jones's books include the memoir Kid Gloves and the doorstop novels Pilcrow and Cedilla, part of a semi-infinite series, as well as the more compact Box Hill. He reviews books for the LRB and films for the TLS and was awarded the inaugural Golden Hatchet Award in 2012 for the most entertaining piece of destructive criticism. His new novella, Batlava Lake, tells the story of Barry Ashton a civil engineer attached to the Royal Engineers corps in the British Army in Pristina, Kosovo, in 1999.
Adam is Professor of Creative Writing at Goldsmiths and Director of The Goldsmiths Writers’ Centre. He will be in conversation with the poet, novelist, critic, memoirist and fellow Professor of Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, Blake Morrison.
This will be the Goldsmiths Writers' Centre's first in person event this year, and we look forward to you joining us for drinks afterwards.
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|9 Feb 2022||5:00pm - 6:00pm|
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