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Animals Eat Each Other: Elle Nash and Ruby Rare in Conversation

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131 Bellenden Rd

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Join us for an evening of discussion to celebrate Animals Eat Each Other, the searing coming-of-age debut by US novelist Elle Nash. During her brief visit to the UK, Elle will be at Review to discuss her book with sex educator, artist and body positive crusader Ruby Rare.

Picked by the I paper as one of the best debuts for 2019 and described by Oprah.com as a ‘edgy, erotic fiction; Animals Eat Each Other tells the story of a young woman with no name who embarks on a fraught three-way relationship with Matt, a tattoo artist, and his girlfriend Frances, a new mum. As she grows closer to Matt, she begins to recognise the dark undertow of obsession and jealousy that her presence has created, finding herself on a knife’s edge between pain and pleasure, the promise of the future and the crushing isolation of the present. With stripped-down prose and unflinching clarity, Nash examines madness in the wreckage of love, and the loss of self that accompanies it.

Elle Nash is a founding editor of Witch Craft Magazine, and a fiction editor at Hobart Pulp. Her work has been featured in publications including Cosmopolitan, Elle, Literary Hub, The Fanzine, The Offing and Enclave. Animals Eat Each Other is her debut novel published by the award-winning independent publisher 404 Ink.

Ruby Rare is a sex educator on a mission to engage people of all ages in positive conversations about sex and relationships. She does this by facilitating events and workshops, as well as sharing her life experiences online. Her work is influenced by her experiences as a queer, non-monogamous, dual-heritage woman. She’s spoken at Women of the World, Summerhouse Festival and on BBC4’s Woman’s Hour, and has been featured in Time Out, Huffington Post, MTV, and Pink News.

As always tickets cost £5 and include a glass of wine and £4 off purchases made on the night.

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