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How Novels Work, with Professor John Mullan (UCL)

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LAB 109 (Harvard)

Anglia Ruskin University

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Are you a budding novelist or do you want to learn more about this literary form? Then this event is for you: Prof John Mullan will talk us through ‘How Novels Work’. This book is a set text on a number of the ARU English and Creative Writing courses and draws on Professor Mullan’s vast experience in the field of English Literature.

He is a regular TV and radio broadcaster and a literary journalist; he writes on contemporary fiction for the Guardian and was a judge for the 2009 Man Booker Prize, and The Best of The Booker award.

ARU has a wealth of experience to be drawn from our own lecturers, successful novelists in their own right. We will hear from:

Laura Dietz – author of In The Tenth House, an historical novel, 'subtle and cerebral... with echoes of Henry James'

Caron Freeborn – has just launched her third novel, Introducing The Fantastic O’Learys

Helen Marshall – whose first novel, Everything that is Born, will be published by Random House in 2019

This event comes just as National Novel Writing Month kicks off – come along and be inspired!

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