Join a trio of international authors for a fascinating discussion.
Catherine Dousteyssier-Khoze is Associate Professor of French at Durham University; her darkly comic and sinister novel, The Beauty of the Death Cap, won several prizes on first publication in France.
Pauls Bankovskis is an award-winning Latvian writer, whose work ranges from Latvian history to the realities of its recent Soviet past, and the possibilities for the future. His latest novel is 18.
Chilean writer Alia Trabucco Zerán’s debut novel, The Remainder, won Chile’s national prize for an unpublished debut. It offers a gripping new perspective on dictatorships and their aftermath.
Chaired by Professor Jonathan Long, Durham University