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People and Place

Marie-Elsa Bragg and Joanna Rossiter discuss the bonds that we form with particular landscapes and how those ties are transmuted and altered from one generation to another.


4.00pm Saturday 17th February 2018


Marie-Elsa Bragg

Marie-Elsa Bragg is half French and half Cumbrian, and is a writer, lecturer, Priest and a Duty Chaplain of Westminster Abbey. Her debut novel Towards Mellbreak is published by Chatto & Windus. She has worked for 20 years as a Spiritual Director and is a member of WATCH Parliament, a small group who work alongside parliament on women’s issues within the Church.

Joanna Rossiter

Joanna Rossiter grew up in Dorset and studied English at Cambridge before working in Parliament and as a copy writer. The Sea Change is her first novel. Published by Penguin, it was chosen as a Richard and Judy 2013 summer read and was also Viv Grossop's Big Bath Read for the 2014 Bath Literature Festival. She is currently working on her second novel, set on a remote Atlantic island. 


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