Join writer and journalist Clover Stroud in conversation with Elizabeth Morris as they discuss Clover's groundbreaking new memoir My Wild and Sleepless Nights
Motherhood can bring a sort of violent, overwhelming love that feels like being encased in metal and dropped into a deep sea.Join writer and journalistClover Stroudin conversation withElizabeth Morris(Gower Street alumnus and creator of theCrib Notesnewsletter) as they discuss Clovers groundbreaking new memoirMy Wild and Sleepless Nights.Mother to five children, Clover Stroud has navigated family life across two decades, both losing and finding herself. Charting the course of one year, the first in her youngest childs life at the same time that her teenage son is hitting adolescence, Clover captures a sense of what all stages of motherhood really feels like how intense, sensuous, joyful, boring, profound and dark it can be. Her story speaks to all mothers, and anyone about to embark on that journey.Clover and Elizabeth will discuss what it means to write candidly about motherhood, as well as how being a mother relates to female sexuality, creativity and identity.Tickets are 10 / 8 students and Plus cardholders. All tickets including booking fees and a glass of wine/soft drink. Book early to avoid disappointment.