From the Leicester Centre for Creative Writing blog:
We’re delighted to have a series of talks coming up from three award-winning writers: Sara Maitland, Iain Sinclair and Louis de Bernières. All three will be exploring the notion of place in relation to their writing.
Celebrated author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Louis de Bernières will be talking on the 3rd June; on the 5th of June we have the great cartographer of the London of the imagination, Iain Sinclair; and on the 12th June we have novelist, non-fiction writer, and explorer of solitude, Sara Maitland.
All events will be in the Clephan building on Bonner’s Lane, at the main DMU campus, and begin at 6pm. These events are entirely free of charge.