From a Distance with Raffaella Barker

Date: 18/05/2014 Times: 7.15pm Prices: £6 (Or £20 for day ticket) Location: The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral

Local author Raffaella Barker will discuss her latest novel, and Norfolk's influence upon her writing. Part of the Norfolk & Norwich Festival.

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'I love Raffaella Barker's books - so funny and acerbic' Maggie O’Farrell

Catch the last event of The Lives of Great Women Writers, our day-long literary festival, to find out about the latest work from Norfolk’s Raffaella Barker, the author of many acclaimed novels.

From a Distance is a tender and compelling story of human connection and the yearning we have to belong. Moving between the post-war artists' colony around St Ives in Cornwall and present-day Norfolk, Barker's new novel explores the secrets and flaws that shape our lives across generations.

Raffaella Barker, daughter of the poet George Barker and the novelist Elspeth Barker, was born and brought up in the Norfolk countryside. Discover how the county has affected her writing, listen to her read and get your questions ready.

Book your place for this event or book a ticket for the entire Literary Festival day for £20.


About Raffaella Barker

Raffaella Barker, daughter of the poet George Barker and the novelist Elspeth Barker, was born and brought up in the Norfolk countryside. She is the author of acclaimed novels, a regular contributor to the Sunday Times and the Sunday Telegraph. She lives by the sea in north Norfolk.

Follow Raffaella on Twitter @RaffaellaBarker




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