From Adultery to Murder: A Shorter Journey Than You Think
Tess Stimson Interviewed by Nicolette Jones
Saturday, 6 April 2019
Worcester College: Lecture Theatre
£7 - £12.50
Event in association with
Novelist Tess Stimson talks about her shift from writing about adultery to writing about murder.
Stimson is the British author of ten novels, including top-ten bestseller The Adultery Club. After graduating from St Hilda’s College, Oxford she went to ITN where she reported and produced regional and world stories, travelling to hotspots and war-zones all over the globe. In 2002, she was appointed professor of creative writing at the University of South Florida and moved to the US. She now lives and works in Vermont and is transitioning into writing psychological suspense fiction, writing as TJ Stimson. Her first novel in this genre, Picture of Innocence, is be published in spring 2019.
Here she talks to The Sunday Times children’s books editor Nicolette Jones.
This event is part of St Hilda’s Day at the festival, a series of talks featuring graduates of St Hilda’s College.