Art & Sexuality
With Eimear McBride, Sarah Hall & Megan Bradbury
Tuesday 23 May 7.30pm
Author Eimear McBride
Three brilliant writers share their experiences of articulating sexuality, gender and identity through their creative work. Eimear McBride is the award-winning writer of A Girl is A Half-Formed Thing (winner: Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction, The Goldsmiths Prize) and The Lesser Bohemians. Sarah Hall is a multi-award winning writer and 2017 Man Booker Prize judge who recently edited the short story collection Sex & Death with Peter Hobbs. Megan Bradbury’s debut novel, Everyone is Watching, is the ‘unusual, intoxicating and bold’ (The Guardian) story of four great artists who defined New York.
An evening of readings and discussion on sexuality and candid writing.
Listen to Eimear McBride on TLS Voices discussing the dark side of bad sex writing and why a new anthology is nothing to be snickered at:
Event runs: c. 1 hr 30 mins
Presented in association with Writers' Centre Norwich and UNESCO City of Literature.