How is writing informed by the place in which we live? Where does the boundary lie between non-fiction and fiction, and how do writers tread that fine line between who they are, and what they write?
If you’re interested at all in the inner life of the writer, come along to Karori library on February the 28th between 6 – 7:30 p.m. and listen to three of Wellington finest writers — Sarah Laing, Rajorshi Chakraborti and Leah McFall — discuss their celebrated written works, inspirations and writing process.
Food and drink will be provided, and Marsden Books will be selling books on the night.
Leah McFall is an award-winning columnist for Sunday magazine and published her first collection, Karori Confidential, last year.
Rajorshi Chakraborti is an Indian-born novelist and short story writer whose latest novel, The Man Who Would Not See, takes place largely in Wellington and Karori.
Sarah Laing is a cartoonist, novelist and short story writer. Her most recent book, Mansfield and Me, is a graphic memoir about Karori’s most famous writer.
We look forward to seeing you on the night!
Need more information? Contact Karori library on 476-8413, or email Monty.