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22nd May, 2016

Rewriting History: how historical fiction works

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Date:
22nd May, 2016
Time:
18:15
Venue:
City University London, Room AG03 College Building, St John Street, London EC1V 4PB
Price:
Tickets £5

From Brooklyn to Wolf Hall, historical fiction is enjoying a boom moment. But how do you go about writing an historical novel? How ‘true’ to the past should a novelist be? And what can historical novels tell us about the world we are living in today? Join Novel Studio Course Director Emily Pedder to discuss this and more with two of City Short Course alumni: Anna Mazzola, author of The Unseeing, out with Tinder Press in July and Melissa Bailey, author of The Medici Mirror and Beyond The Sea, both Arrow Press


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