Rosie Millard and Elizabeth Day: The City in Fiction
A C Grayling – The Age of the Genius
Edward Wilson-Lee: Shakespeare in Swahililand
- 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
- The Abbey Hotel
- £9 (£8)
Former BBC Arts Correspondent Rosie Millard’s new novel The Square (‘keenly observant’ – The Independent) is about a moneyed urban neighbourhood. Award-winning novelist Elizabeth Day’s Paradise City (‘acutely observer, funny, insightful’ — William Boyd) is about the interlocking lives of four Londoners. Here they discuss how city life inspires their writing.