Two brilliant works of debut fiction from two darkly funny writers. Kylie Whitehead's Absorbed is both a body-horror story and Rooneyesque intimate, often very funny examination of female friendship and modern relationships, exploring how we think others see us and how we want to be seen. Alison Rumfitt's Tell Me I'm Worthless connects haunted houses and right-wing politics, a work of trans fiction that confronts both supernatural and real-world horrors. Hosted by Declan Wiffen.
Declan Wiffen is lecturer in critical theory and contemporary literature at University of Kent. His research aligns with environmental humanities and queer ecologies.
|Event Date||Sat 19 Feb 6:00 pm|
|Location||Shepherd Neame Visitor Centre|