Arvon at Home: Live Guest Reading

24th March 2021 7:15pm to 8:15pm, Online

Now more than ever we need stories – to engage, to distract, to entertain, to nourish, and to help us make sense of what we’re living through. And so while you can’t come to us, instead we will come to you, bringing a taste of Arvon into your home one night a week. Every week an Arvon tutor will join us as a guest, to read from their own work and answer your questions live and in person online.

This Live Guest Reading is with Stephanie Scott on Wednesday 24 March at 7:15 pm BST. Stephanie Scott is a Singaporean and British writer who was born and raised in South East Asia. She read English Literature at York and Cambridge and holds an Masters in Creative Writing from Oxford. What’s Left Of Me is Yours was recently chosen as a New York Times Editor’s Pick and Scott has been named as one of the Guardian / Observer Ten Best Debut Novelists of 2020. Stephanie was a Jerwood /Arvon mentee.

The reading and interactive Q&A will be hosted on Zoom. This is a live event and will not be recorded.

We are more committed than ever to helping writers find inspiration, and to make space for their own creativity, no matter the setting. So join us from the comfort of your sofa and listen to writers share their work, the stories behind their work, and invaluable writing advice directly from their own desk (or maybe the kitchen table).

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