This event has been cancelled
Hull’s premier literature festival continues for 2020.
Curated and hosted by Jennifer Hodgson, Humber Mouth’s reader-in-residence, these events for readers and writers will welcome some of the country’s best and most important contemporary writers to Hull.
All events are free and will take place at Hull Central Library’s stunning James Reckitt Room.
Thursday 21 May
Isabel Waidner is a critical theorist and writer of the novel We Are Made Of Diamond Stuff (2019), which was shortlisted for the Goldsmiths Prize and is currently longlisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize. Waidner is a co-founder of the event series Queers Read This at the Institute of Contemporary Arts and an academic at Roehampton University in London.
Hull libraries offer access to books, music and video DVDs and CDs, newspapers and magazines, plus a wide range of other material. They offer information about the library service in different languages, large print and Braille on request. Books written in community languages are available at the Hull Central Library and other local libraries.
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