Faber authors and free prosecco - this Thursday @ Dulwich Books
Posted by: Dulwich Books
12 September, 2016 11:01
With Louise Doughty, Francis Spufford, Richard T Kelly and Harry Parker.
Join us at 19.00 this Thursday 15th September to welcome four of Faber’s most exciting authors, all of whom have published acclaimed novels this year. Louise Doughty, Francis Spufford, Richard T. Kelly and Harry Parker will be reading from their books, discussing their writing, and signing. There’ll also be the opportunity to meet the authors and discuss their books over a glass of bubbly!
Tickets are £5 including a drink and can be booked online here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faber-and-fizz-tickets-26280670192, by phone on 020 8670 1920, by email at email@example.com, or by popping in to the shop at 6 Croxted Road SE21 8SW.
Venue: Dulwich Books 6 Croxted Road SE21 8SW. Dulwich Books is a short walk from West Dulwich station and is located on the number 3 bus route. The event will start promptly at 19.00 – latecomers may not be admitted.
Louise Doughty is the author of eight novels, most recently Black Water. Moving between Europe during the cold war, California and the Civil Rights struggle, and Indonesia during the massacres of 1965 and the decades of military dictatorship that follow, Black Water is an epic novel that explores some of the darkest events of recent world history through the story of one troubled man. As well as an author Louise is a critic and cultural commentator for UK and international newspapers and broadcasts regularly for the BBC.
Francis Spufford is the author of Golden Hill, his first novel. Golden Hill is set in 18th-Century New York, a generation before the American Revolution. Rich in language and historical perception, yet compulsively readable, it has a plot that twists in every chapter, and a puzzle at its heart that won’t let go till the last paragraph of the last page. Francis is also the author of five highly-praised books of non-fiction and he teaches writing at Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Richard T Kelly‘s third novel The Knives – a follow-up to his acclaimed debut Crusaders – is a gripping political thriller set at the heart of government, concerning a fictional Home Secretary who finds himself besieged by multiple crises, both political and personal. Richard is also a screenwriter and author of bestselling non-fiction books, and he blogs at http://www.richardkelly.co.uk.
Harry Parker joined the British Army when he Harry Parker 1 b&w (c) Gemma Daywas 23 and served in Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2009. His debut novel is Anatomy of a Soldier, which is a moving, enlightening and fiercely dramatic novel about one man’s journey of survival and the experiences of those around him in war. The story is told from the perspective of inanimate objects that surround Parker’s characters – an original take with utterly compelling results.