If you choose to live in a commune and to abide by its rules, does that make you bound and beholden? What if you realise you are committed to a project that is against your best interests? Can you affect the outcome in any case? Come and hear two of the UK’s best writers of fiction and poetry, Kei Miller and Joe Dunthorne.
Kei’s exceptional A Cartographer Tries to Map a Way to Zion won the Forward Poetry Prize in 2014 and his new novel confirms his talent; Joe wrote the novel Submarine, which was turned into a funny, poignant and moving film of teenage life, and followed it up with Wild Abandon, about a brother and sister in a crumbling commune in Wales.