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Writers' Centre Kingston presents a literary event about remembering

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9th November

Kingston University

The theme for this event is Remembering, bringing together three remarkable speakers, each acclaimed in their fields of fiction, theatre and history respectively. Each of the three speakers will respond as they see fit to the theme - with a new piece of literature or an informal talk, an academic lecture or a performance. They might shape or excerpt a previous work for the night or create brand new fiction, non-fiction, theatre or poetry. Their choice of medium is as creatively free as their choice of message. Each presentation will last around ten minutes followed by a short discussion and a Q&A with the audience to close.

This event will be opened with the launch of Strays, a new book by James Miller, senior lecturer in creative writing at Kingston, and Julia Rose Lewis, recent alumni.

Find out more about the speakers here.

The Picton Room. 55-59 Penrhyn Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2EF

Kingston University is a wonderful and varied mix of places and people and experiences that will help to make your time studying both rewarding and enjoyable. 

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