In this talk, Man Booker Prize shortlisted writer of fiction, Alison Moore, will be exploring the influence of location and landscape in her novels, including a work in progress.
She will be looking at inspiration, research and the fictionalisation of settings including the English Midlands, the Scottish Borders, the Rhineland and the seaside.
Alison Moore’s first two novels, The Lighthouse and He Wants, were Observer Books of the Year. A third novel, Death and the Seaside, is out now. She is also an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Nottingham.
This lunchtime talk is one of a series of talks held to accompany the Collected Words exhibition at Weston Gallery.
Admission to this talk is free however places are limited — so please book in advance through the Lakeside Arts box office (0115 846 7777).
Tags: alison moore, City of Literature, Collected Words, fiction, literature, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, reading, writing
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