Tessa Hadley and Charlotte Mendelson Families - fodder for great fiction

Thursday 5 May 2022

Crowne Plaza Hotel

Whether connected by blood or marriage, family relationships can result in lies, intrigue and favoritism. Two of the country's most admired writers explain why these family complications and domestic settings are such a rich seam to mine for storytelling. Tessa Hadley is the author of several acclaimed novels including The Past and Late in the Day. Her latest, Free Love, is set in 1960s London. Charlotte Mendelson's latest novel, The Exhibitionist, follows several hugely successful titles including When We Were Bad and the Booker longlisted, Almost English.

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