October 16, 2018
What is Private?
The RSL is taking bookings from Members and Fellows only.
Does information about us, belong to us? How do we define whether a crime, or a news story, or other people’s relationships, are of public interest? Blake Morrison has circled questions of the public and private throughout his writing, from his memoir When Did you Last See Your Father?, to his critical commentary on the James Bulger case, and his most recent novel The Executor, in which he interrogates the ethical responsibilities of the literary executor. Blake Morrison is in conversation with British-Iranian writer Ramita Navai, Tehran correspondent for The Times from 2003 to 2006, and documentary-maker for Channel 4’s Unreported World. Her first book City of Lies won the Debut Political Book of the Year at the 2015 Political Book Awards, and was awarded an RSL Jerwood Award for Non-Fiction.
We ask our audience to submit questions in advance in this open-forum event – questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public tickets can be booked through the Free Word Centre, via freewordcentre.com or 020 7324 2570.
This event is part of Free Word’s This is Private season examining our approach to privacy as a society.
60 Farringdon Road
LONDON, EC1R 3GA
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