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Exploring Change Through the Lens of Fiction

 

We will be inviting two exciting new authors, Rym Kechacha and Julia Armfield, to discuss how fiction can be used to discuss momentous change, from the body to the environment.

We will be inviting two exciting new authors to discuss how they write about life-altering change in their fiction.Rym Kechecha, recentlya resident ofNorwich, is a teacher and author whose debut novel Dark River is published by Unsung Stories. The story follows two mothers, 8000 years apart, who are bothforced to flee their former lives because the rivers won't stoprising... An astounding achievement, the book explores the many profound changes wrought by motherhoodand the insidious destruction caused by climate change.Salt Slow is a short story collection written by London based writer, Julia Armfield. This collection explores bodies and the bodily, mapping the skin and bones of her characters through their experiences of isolation, obsession, love and revenge. Her characters endure or welcome much change, whether intentional or not...Tickets are 3, available from waterstones.com/events. Any questions, do pop in and ask or call on 01603 767292.