Monday, January 15, 2007

Rose TREMAIN on BBC World Service's World Book Club

CHECK OUT the BBC World Service’s World Book Club where Harriet Gilbert talks to famous writers about their books and the craft of writing. Listen to her talks with such writers as Martin Amis, William Boyd, John Le Carré, Frank McCourt, Orhan Pamuk, Salman Rushdie, Vikram Seth, etc. On Thursday, January 18, 2007, Gilbert will be talking to novelist and short-story writer Rose Tremain about her Booker Prize-shortlisted historical novel, Restoration (1989). Have you got a question for Ms. Tremain? If so, please email your question to Look out for Ms. Tremain’s new novel, The Road Home (Chatto and Windus, June 2007), the story of an Eastern European immigrant struggling to make his way in contemporary London. (The programme will be recorded with Rose Tremain on Thursday, but you will not be able to actually hear it on air and online until the last week of February (from February 26, 2007 onwards for a week) when it will be broadcast. Happy listening!


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