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UCP An Evening with Henry Sutton and Louise Doughty

An Evening with Henry Sutton and Louise Doughty

University Centre Peterborough and the Malcolm Bradbury Trust, invite you to attend an evening with authors Henry Sutton and Louise Doughty on Tuesday 28th November 2023 from 7:00 – 8pm. The authors will read from their novels, talk about the writing process and take questions from the audience. Find out how about techniques, craft and character development from two celebrated authors.

Henry Sutton is Professor of Creative Writing and Crime Fiction at the University of east Anglia, and director of the Creative Writing MA Crime Fiction. He is the author of 15 novels and a collection of short stories, including My Criminal WorldKids’ Stuff (which was adapted for the stage, and received an Arts Council Writer’s Award), First Frost (co-written under the pseudonym James Henry) and Get Me Out Of Here. His latest novel in English, Good Dark Night, was published by Little, Brown in 2019 (under the pseudonym Harry Brett), and is the third in The Goodwin crime family series.

Louise Doughty is the author of ten novels, the latest of which is A Bird in Winter, published by Faber & Faber UK. Of her previous books, Apple Tree Yard was a Number One bestseller and adapted as a major BBC One series starring Emily Watson; Platform Seven has been filmed for ITVX and will be broadcast later this year. She also created and wrote the hit series Crossfire, starring Keeley Hawes. She has been nominated for multiple awards including the Costa Novel Award, the Women's Prize for Fiction and the Sunday Times Short Story Prize. Her work has been translated into thirty languages.

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