HighTide and Aldeburgh Bookshop present Patrick Gale in Conversation with Catherine Larner.
Patrick Gale’s sixteenth novel, A Place Called Winter was a Radio 2 Book Club selection, was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Prize, the Walter Scott Prize and the Green Carnation Award and and is now being developed as a television serial. His two-part film, Man in an Orange Shirt formed the centrepiece of the BBC’s Gay Britannia season last summer. His latest novel, Take Nothing With You, is published this August. He is a patron of the Charles Causley Trust and the Penzance LitFest, a director of Endelienta and artistic director of the North Cornwall Book Festival. He plays the cello and lives on the last farm in Cornwall.
Catherine Larner is a writer, editor and presenter. She contributes profiles and articles on literature, art and design for national magazines, hosts author talks for festivals and events, and co-presents a monthly on-air book club with Lesley Dolphin on BBC Radio Suffolk.
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