European Writers on War and Conflict
The National Centre for Writing present this event in partnerhsip with EUNIC, Flanders House, the Embassy of Sweden and the Cyprus High Commission.
This evening we will explore how European writers deal with war and conflict. Swedish writer Golnaz Hashemzadeh Bonde’s novel What We Owe explores the aftereffects of the Iranian Revolution on one family’s life. Belgian writer Jeroen Olyslaegers’ novel Will, set during World War II, explores how we deal with evil, whether we act or don’t, how we are complicit. Cypriot writer Constantia Soteriou’s novel Bitter Country is about the events in Cyprus leading to the creation of the Green Line and uses women’s voices as a chorus talking about the impact of war and the disappearance of their sons.
The writers will be in conversation with chair, Northern Irish writer Jan Carson.
This event will take place on YouTube. Please book in advance to receive a streaming link by email.
For more information and to book: https://nationalcentreforwriting.org.uk/whats-on/european-writers-on-war-and-conflict/