City of Literature

Writing The Fringes

With Ross Raisin and Harry Brett (aka Henry Sutton)

Sunday 28 May 3pm

Literature Tent, Chapelfield Gardens

Ross Raisin stares intently off camera in front of an orange background

Author Ross Raisin

Ross Raisin is one of Britain’s most exciting young writers – a ‘new high priest of British pastoral’ whose male protagonists live on the fringes of rural society. His third novel, A Natural, lifts the lid on life in lower-league professional football. Henry Sutton is one of Britain’s foremost crime novelists. Writing under the pseudonym Harry Brett, his new series Time to Win dives deep into the fictional criminal underbelly of Great Yarmouth. This fascinating event explores modern masculinity and the often-overlooked voices from the fringes of modern Britain.

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 Ross Raisin's British Council page here

Visit Harry Brett (aka Henry Sutton's) website here

City of Literature is presented in association with

Writers’ Centre Norwich

UNESCO City of Literature

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