Coming up at the Pamflet Salon in August: BIRDS IN THE WOODS

gone-to-the-forestJoin us at Drink, Shop & Do for our next two summer salons! Scroll down to the end of the post to buy tickets.

On Monday 5 August from 7-9.30pm we host BIRDS IN THE WOODS: Pamflet Salon with Katie Kitamura, author of Gone to the Forest and Evie Wyld, author of All the Birds, Singing.

51+qziASQxLWe are thrilled to have New York-based art critic and author Katie and Granta Best Young British Novelist and South Londoner Evie as our first ever novelist-guests at the salon. They’ll read from their latest, critically-acclaimed (see below) books and will join us for a Q&A. In the second half of the evening we’ll have a book club discussion on Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea, a personal Pamflet favourite which was inspired by Jane Eyre and was first published in 1966.

Praise for Gone to the Forest: ‘Kitamura’s second novel has shades of Coetzee and Cormac McCarthy, with a compelling power all her own.’ Guardian / Gone to the Forest is darkly seductive’ Vogue / ‘Bold and hauntingly beautiful’ Observer / ‘Magnificent’ FT

Praise for All the Birds, Singing: ‘Her writing is precise, intense, haunting and poetic.’ Sunday Times / ‘Wyld is fearless’ Telegraph / ‘A hair-prickling thriller. It’s the quality of Wyld’s prose that really blows your mind.’ Metro / ‘Outstanding’ Spectator

Tickets for the August and September Salons are on sale now at £11 per event or £20 for both. Price includes Drink, Shop & Do’s divine wine and cake and you can read about what happened at our previous salons hereIf you have any problems using Paypal to purchase tickets, please email us at [email protected]


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