Join translator Daniel Hahn and novelists Tessa Hadley and Ariana Harwicz to discuss the dark art of fiction writing. Read more and obtain your tickets.
The Institute of Latin American Studies in partnership with Charco Press are delighted to announce an evening with author Ariana Harwicz.
Today, Jackie Kay brings together guests from three remarkably different continents. Argentinian novelist Gabriela Cabezón Cámara’s Slum Virgin tells the story of Cleopatra, a transvestite who renounces prostitution after the Virgin Mary appears...
All over the world, groups of people remain under threat from the mainstream population of their country. These persecuted minorities all share rich traditions of storytelling and today’s readings include writing selected by the Uyghur people of China, the Palestinian diaspora, the Kurdish people and Scottish Gypsy Travellers. Chaired by Scottish PEN, the readers include Jim Aitken, Gabriela Cabezón Cámara and Iyad Hayatleh.
We’re delighted to be showcasing two of Charco’s authors, Ariana Harwicz and Gabriela Cabezón Cámara, who are considered to be at the forefront of the so-called new Argentinian fiction. Both authors will be reading from and discussing their newly translated novels, Harwicz from Die, My Love and Cámara from Slum Virgin.
Hear two prize-winning authors whose work has received plaudits here and abroad. Louise Doughty follows her top 10 bestseller Apple Tree Yard with Black Water. Set against the Indonesian military dictatorship of the 1960s, it explores dark events...