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Writers Roundtable

Wednesday 25 March 2015

1 Hour


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Three exciting new young writers join forces to discuss their work including a debut novel, the follow-up novel to an international bestselling debut, and a first collection of short stories.

Comedy writer Jesse Armstrong won a BAFTA and a British Comedy Award for his television situation comedy Peep Show. His debut novel, Love, Sex and Other Foreign Policy Goals, follows a group of good-hearted people who set off for Bosnia in a Transit van in 1994 to try to stop the war with a sack of rice and a half-written play.

Samantha Shannon’s The Mime Order takes on the story of Paige Mahoney and an alternate London ruled by the repressive Scion regime and warring clairvoyant gangs that featured in her first novel, the international bestselling The Bone Season.

Canadian Eliza Robertson was winner of the inaugural Commonwealth Short Story Prize. She has published her first collection of short stories, Wallflowers, which tell of the adventure of the ordinary and the magic within the everyday.