poetryEast: James Meek
|Cost||Full: £10.00 Concession: £10.00|
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poetryEast is an ongoing series of cultural events at the LBC, exploring the meaning and value of the imagination. One of our evenings in association with the London Review of Books.
As well as the author of seven novels, James Meek is a distinguished journalist: his roles at the Guardian included Moscow bureau chief and religious affairs editor, and he has reported on the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as the US prison camp at Guantánamo Bay, and is now a contributing editor to the London Review of Books. His novels include The People’s Act of Love, set in ‘the world of Kafka and Primo Levi, where the impossible keeps happening’.
One of a series of evenings in association with the London Review of Books – also featuring Max Porter and Evie Wyld, John Lanchester and Andrew O'Hagan. 'Best-ever' subscription rates to the London Review of Books, one of the world's foremost literary magazines, will be available at these events.
7.30pm. £10. Booking essential.