Sarah Moss in conversation with Michael Hughes
Mon 22 July | 1.30pm | £8
Sarah Moss is one of the UK’s very best contemporary novelists. Her latest stunningly good novel Ghost Wall, with its evocation of ancestry and the natural world, was chosen as a Book of the Year by the Guardian, The Sunday Times, Spectator & Financial Times. She is the author of five other critically acclaimed novels and a memoir of her year living in Iceland, Names for the Sea, shortlisted for the RSL Ondaatje Prize.
Sarah will be in conversation with Co Armagh-born author of The Countenance Divine and Country, Michael Hughes.
“If you’re wondering which novelist will reach the tipping point next, take my advice: put your money on Sarah Moss” Guardian