Book of Guardians reading Norwich

A celebration of Salt Publishing 23rd Nov, 6pm
Join us at the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library to
celebrate the achievements of this fantastic local publisher.
There will be readings and discussion with three superb Salt
authors, as well as introductions by Directors of Salt, Chris
and Jen Hamilton-Emery.
Alison Moore was born in
Manchester in 1971 but
grew up in Leicestershire
where she lives with her
husband Dan and young
son Arthur. Her stories
have been published in
various magazines and
anthologies including Best
British Short Stories
2011.Her novel, The
Lighthouse, was shortlisted
for the Man Booker Prize in
Derek Neale is an awardwinning writer of short stories
and scripts. A graduate of
UEA’s MA in creative writing,
he has helped design a whole
new generation of Open
University courses, producing
several practical books and
recording interviews with
playwrights, novelists and
biographers about their
approach to the art and craft
of writing. The Book of
Guardians is his first novel.
Jonathan Taylor is author of
the novel Entertaining
Strangers (Salt, 2012), and the
memoir Take Me Home:
Parkinson’s, My Father,
Myself (Granta Books, 2007).
His poetry collection,
provisionally entitled
Musicolepsy, is forthcoming
from Shoestring Press in early
2013. He is editor of
Overheard, an anthology of
short stories for reading
aloud, (Salt, 2012).
Tickets are £2, available from the library, or our store in Castle Street
(1st Floor desk), and redeemable against a purchase at the event.
Waterstones, 11-17 Castle Street, Norwich, Tel: 0843 290 8519
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