Judith Heneghan’s novel Snegurochka was longlisted for the Guardian's Not the Booker prize. Heneghan grew up in Hampshire and read History at the University of York before living and working in a community for people with learning differences near Dover. Later, after several years as a commissioning editor, she spent time in Kiev, Moscow and Islamabad before settling in Winchester with her four children. She has a doctorate in Creative Arts and has written extensively for young readers. Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Winchester where, for a number of years, she also directed the Winchester Writers’ Festival. Snegurochka (Salt Publishing) is her first novel for adults. She is now working on a second, set in upstate New York.
Writers in Conversation features some of today’s best fiction writers, poets, non-fiction writers and playwrights reading from their work and talking about their writing lifestyle - how characters take shape and where ideas come from. Led by creative writing lecturers at the University of Southampton, the event takes place in NST Campus Cafe/Bar, helping to create an evening that is relaxed, engaging and intelligent, yet informal.
|29 Oct 2019 - 19:30||Standard - Min: £5.00||Book Tickets|