City of Literature

Satire and Protest

With Hannah Berry and Stephen Collins

Saturday 27 May 3pm

Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens

Cartoon drawing in blues and greys of woman with glasses by Hannah Berry

© Hannah Berry

Join critically acclaimed graphic novelists Hannah Berry and Stephen Collins in conversation on satire, protest and the revolutionary potential of the graphic novel. Their discussion will be augmented by unique recorded content from Isabel Greenberg, author of The One Hundred Nights of Hero (the Observer as ‘a wondrously intricate book, and a witty attack on the patriarchy’). Hannah Berry’s anticipated third graphic novel, Livestock, is a razor-sharp satire on our relationship with the media. Stephen Collins' debut graphic novel, The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil, was shortlisted for the Waterstones Book Of The Year award and an Eisner Award.

This event is part of our City of Literature Weekend, 26 - 28 May
Click here to find out about all of the events taking place

Event runs: c. 1 hr

Visit Hannah Berry's website here

Visit Stephen Collins' website here

City of Literature is presented in association with

Writers’ Centre Norwich

UNESCO City of Literature

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