Exciting new writer Stuart Nadler flies in from the United States to discuss his debut novel Wise Men. The novel is a multi-generational story of love and regret. It has been described as ‘a sweeping epic of race and family in America’ and an exciting debut novel from a new writer.
Nadler is a graduate of the Iowa Writer’s Workshop where he won a Truman Capote Fellowship and a Teaching-Writing Fellowship. He has also published a collection of short stories The Book of Life on the subjects of faith, family, grief, love, temptation and redemption. Here he talks to BBC Radio Oxford broadcaster Bill Heine.