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Telling Stories, True and Otherwise

In conversation with Bishop John Pritchard, award-winning writer and fellow of the Royal Society of Literature Francis Spufford talks about his recent switch from non-fiction to fiction, and asks: can stories be the golden thread promised by Blake, which ‘will lead you in at Heaven’s gate, built in Jerusalem wall’?  And if so, how?


12.30pm Friday 16th February 2018


Francis Spufford

Francis Spufford is the author of Unapologetic, shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize, and the literary bestseller Golden Hill.  His most recent book is the collection True Stories & Other Essays.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and is married to a Canon of Ely Cathedral.

John Pritchard

John Pritchard was Bishop of Oxford from 2007 until his retirement in 2014. He has written many books on various aspects of Christian living including: How to Pray, Life and Work of a Priest, God Lost and Found, Living Faithfully, Ten: Why Christianity Makes Sense, and Something More: Encountering the beyond in the everyday.


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