Kirsty Gunn will read from her work and reflect on the art of fiction in conversation with Gabriel Josipovici.
Kirsty Gunn is the author of seven works of fiction including a collection of short stories and a compendium of poetry, essays and fragments, and is published in the UK by Faber and in over twelve countries and languages throughout the world. Her most recent book is The Big Music, published in 2012 to great critical acclaim and out in paperback in 2013. It was listed for the James Tait Black and Impac awards and was the winner of The New Zealand Book of the Year 2013. The boy and the sea was winner of the 2007 Sundial Scottish Book of the Year and her previous work Featherstone was a New York Times Notable Book and a recipient of a Scottish Arts Council Bursary for Literature. She has a Chair in Creative Writing at the University of Dundee where she created and directs the programme of Writing Study and Practice. Her new collection of short stories Infidelities is to be published by Faber later this year.
The event is free, please book tickets @ http://kirstygunnreadinggoldsmiths.eventbrite.co.uk
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|12 Mar 2014||6:00pm - 7:30pm|
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