London - Hatchards - Piccadilly187 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LE
jeudi 16 avril de 17:30 à 19:00
Fragile Borders, Fragile Bodies
Memory, Identity and Belonging in Miranda Gold's A Small Dark Quiet
Unknown origins, fragmented memories, muted histories - what happens to identity when narrative resists linearity?
Join Miranda Gold to discuss the relationship between collective and personal mythologies and the presence of the past in her novel, A Small Dark Quiet.
£10 tickets are available in the shop and online here.
Thursday 16th April, 6.30pm
Miranda Gold is a writer. Hailed as a ‘Great Jewish Book’ by Jewish Book Week, A Small Dark Quiet is a story of loss, migration and the search for belonging. Her second novel, the TLS called it “a bold attempt to portray the greyness of growing up without roots or identity”. Miranda is a creative writing tutor at Skylight, Crisis. She is currently collaborating with New River Press on an anthology of work by poets who have experienced homelessness.