Sarah Moss on Signs for Lost Children at Books on Tyne
We are delighted to welcome back Sarah Moss to Books on Tyne. Author of Night Waking and Bodies of Light, Signs for Lost Children is a story set in the 19th century between Cornwall and Japan about absence, loneliness and a marriage on the brink of collapse. Sarah Moss was educated at Oxford University and is currently an Associate Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Warwick. You can book for any of the Books on Tyne events in the usual way: call the Lit & Phil bookshop on 0191 232 0192 or book in person.
Books on Tyne, 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle, NE1 1SE
Sarah Moss in conversation with Neel Mukherjee at Cambridge Literary Festival Winter
Calcutta-born, Man Booker shortlisted, Neel Mukherjee is one of the finest observers of Indian society and its profound inequalities. In The Lives of Others, Mukherjee explores political empathy and the nature of political action in the unfolding of a family history. In conversation with Sarah Moss, Associate Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Warwick and accomplished novelist of Night Waking and the Wellcome Book Prize shortlisted Bodies of Light.
Cambridge Literary Festival Winter, Trinity College, Trinity Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TQ