Saturday 2 July
14:00-17:00, Bronte/ Bâ Room A, British Library, FREE
A Royal Society of Literature Booker Prize Foundation Masterclass with Bernardine Evaristo
A workshop exploring all the elements of fiction that go into writing a novel. Aimed at writers aged 16 and over who want to explore Africa and the African diaspora.
This class is now offered free of charge. There are 14 places available, and tickets are distributed by ballot.
This masterclass is now fully booked, to join the waiting list, contact the RSL: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 845 4677
For more about the Royal Society of Literature Booker Prize Foundation Masterclasses, click here.
British writer Bernardine Evaristo is the award-winning author of seven books and numerous other published and produced works that span the genres of fiction, poetry, verse fiction, short fiction, essays, literary criticism, and radio and theatre drama. She is also an editor of anthologies and special issues of magazines. Her latest novel, Mr Loverman, is about a 74 year old Caribbean London man who is closet homosexual (Hamish Hamilton/Penguin, 2013 & Akashic Books, USA, 2014). She is Professor of Creative Writing at Brunel University London.