Your Summer Reads event with Katie Kitamura, Andrey Kurkov & Evie Wyld

Date: 21/06/2011 Times: 6.30 Prices: £2 Location: Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library

Meet three of our featured Summer Reads authors.

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Join us at the Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library and get even more from this year’s Summer Reads programme with Summer Reads authors Katie Kitamura, Andrey Kurkov & Evie Wyld.
 
This is your chance to meet the authors, hear them read from their books and pose any questions you’ve been dying to ask.

This event will be popular, so please book in advance.

About the authors

Evie Wyld has been hitting the heights with her debut novel After The Fire, A Still Small Voice. Winner of the John Llewllyn Rhys prize, shortlisted for the Orange Prize for New Writers and recently listed by The Culture Show as one of their Best New British Writers, this is one reading you won’t want to miss.

Andrey Kurkov is the author of critically acclaimed and popular novels. Andrey will read from The Good Angel of Death - a classic, first-rate Kurkov yarn which is sure to delight old and new fans alike.

Katie Kitamura will be reading from her debut novel The Longshot. It’s no exaggeration to say that this novel packs a punch, and we think this quote says it all: 'Hemingway's returned to life -- and this time, he's a woman' -Tom McCarthy.

Come along and help celebrate Summer Reads, our Norfolk-wide celebration of reading and writing which offers six great new books, six outstanding authors, and a world of related information to follow on the WCN website. We’ll see you there!

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About Summer Reads
You can find out more about Summer Reads by visiting the project page, and do keep checking back as we'll be uploading a host of information about the books and the authors for readers to browse, use with their reading groups, enjoy and to enrich their reading experience. There will be short films, film trailers, question and answer interviews with the authors, reading recommendations and more.

Need more information?. Call us on 01603 877177 or email info@writerscentrenorwich.org.uk

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