2nd of May 2019 – Keeping it in the family

What’s it like to write about a family member – either alive or dead? You have the advantage of knowing or having known the person – but there are all kinds of traps and hazards. On the 2nd of May the Biographers’ Club is thrilled to be hosting a discussion on this topic, chaired by Elisa Segrave (whose The Girl from Station X is about her mother) and with Miranda Seymour (In My Father’s House) and George Szirtes, whose The Photographer at Sixteen, about his mother, was recently published to wide acclaim.

Maggs Bros,
48 Bedford Square,

Time: 6.30pm for 7.00-8.30pm

Price:  £12.50 for a glass (or two) of wine

Please book with nicholas_clee@hotmail.com, and/or send cheques (made out to the Biographers’ Club) to Nicholas Clee, 8 Plimsoll Road, London N4 2EW. Or pay online – details available on request.