Lynne Truss interview

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 23rd Jun 2018


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Ever since the bestseller EATS, SHOOTS & LEAVES was published in 2003, Lynne Truss has been the acknowledged ‘tsar’ of correct punctuation. She has written for The Listener, The Times, Sunday Times, the Daily Mail and Woman’s Journal. Apart from apostrophes, she is passionate about good manners, and loves golf and cats. As a broadcaster and writer, she can find the quirkiness and humour in almost any subject. A SHOT IN THE DARK, published in June, is the first in a new series of crime novels.

She is interviewed by Claire Armitstead, Associate Editor, Culture, at the Guardian. During a 25-year career with the paper she has worked as a theatre critic, Arts Editor, Literary Editor and Head of Books. She presents the weekly books podcast and is a regular speaker at live events around the country and internationally.

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This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 23rd Jun 2018


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2018-06-23 2018-06-23 Europe/London Lynne Truss interview An 'in conversation' with punctuation and grammar writer, Lynne Truss. The Henrietta Barnett School ,Central Square,,London


The Henrietta Barnett School ,

Central Square,
NW11 7BN

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