The Open University is proud to sponsor Candice Carty-Williams: Queen of Contemporary Fiction chaired by Paula Akpan at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2022.
Candice Carty-Williams’s joyous and vital debut Queenie had readers falling in love with its fabulous and flawed protagonist, and her latest work promises nothing less.
Award-winning writer and creator of the Guardian and 4th Estate BAME Short Story Prize, Carty-Williams introduces her new funny and heart-warming novel People Person: a window on the steadily-unraveling world of aspiring lifestyle influencer Dimple Pennington.
Expect to fall in love all over again in this event chaired by Paula Akpan.
Tickets available via the Edinburgh Book Festival website. Available live, then on-demand after the event. Pay what you can to watch in-person or online.
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