"The Brontës and the Shelleys - Crafting Stories from Lives": A talk by Juliet Gael on Saturday 10 November at 16.00
Janice Graham, writing as Juliet
Gael, is the author of the critically acclaimed historical novel Romancing
Miss Brontë, and is currently working on a follow-up novel that deals with
the fascinating lives of the Shelleys.
Part literary reading, part discussion, and part work-in-progress seminar, Juliet will address the creative problems involved in romanticising the lives of authors, and will give us some tantalising
sneak previews into the process of writing her book about the Shelleys.
Everyone is welcome and the museum's normal standard entrance fee applies. Please call on 06 678 4235 or email info@keats to reserve a place. Otherwise just come along on Saturday the 10th of November, and enjoy some refreshments after!
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