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Keeping Faith with Fiction

Francesca Kay grew up in Southeast Asia and India, and has subsequently lived in Jamaica, the United States, Germany and now lives in Oxford. Her first novel, An Equal Stillness, won the Orange Award for New Writers, and her second, The Translation of the Bones, was longlisted for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction.

Francesca will be in conversation with Canon Adrian Daffern, discussing ‘keeping faith with fiction’.

 

2.30pm Friday 16th February 2018

Speakers

Francesca Kay

Francesca Kay’s first novel, An Equal Stillness, won the Orange Award for New Writers and was nominated for the Authors' Club First Novel Award and for Best First Book in the Commonwealth Writers' Prize (Europe and South Asia Region). Her second novel, The Translation of the Bones, was longlisted for the Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction. Her most recent novel, The Long Room, was published by Faber & Faber last year. She lives in Oxford.

Adrian Daffern

The Reverend Canon Adrian Daffern is Assistant Archdeacon of Dorchester and Area Dean and Rector of Woodstock.

Speakers

Bill Sewell
Nick Spencer
Francis Spufford
James Runcie
John Inge
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