Publisher John Mitchinson talks to Unbound authors Nikesh Shukla and Alice Jolly about the trials and tribulations of crowd-funding a book.
Is fiction harder than nonfiction? Do readers want their books with a side of dosa? And just how much tweeting is too much?
Nikesh Shukla is the award-winning author of Coconut Unlimited and Meatspace. His new collection, The Good Immigrant, was funded in just three days.
Alice Jolly is a novelist, playwright and teacher of creative writing. Her book Dead Babies and Seaside Towns is a savagely personal account of the search for an alternative way to create a family.
Sunday 9 October,
Durham Town Hall (Burlison Gallery)
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