An Evening with Ania Bas

Thursday 23rd June 2022
18:00 at Waterstones, Birmingham

An Evening with Ania Bas

Join us in store for a special evening with Ania Bas to celebrate the release of her debut novel Odd Hours. Ania will be in conversation with Jonathan Davidson from Writing West Midlands. 

About the book:
Raw, funny, mean and moving, Odd Hours is a razor-sharp social comedy about human connection, unexpected happiness, and the many forms of love. 

Meet Gosia. She’s a sensitive soul with a filthy mind and problems with intimacy. 

Between shifts in a well-lit budget supermarket and nights in a badly-lit Zone 3 flat share, she spends hours inside her own head. That is, until a chance encounter snaps her out of her reverie.
Propelled into a series of mediocre jobs, lousy dates and even worse sex, the prickly yet warm-hearted Gosia begins her excavation of the 'perfect' life so many dream of. After all, could there be more to it than she imagined?

About the author: 

Ania Bas is an artist, writer and arts organiser. Her work has been commissioned by the Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, Art on the Underground, Yorkshire Artspace. Ania is a co-founder of The Walking Reading Group (2013 – ongoing). She is Open School East Alumna (2013- 2014) and Faber Academy Alumna (2018). She currently works at Eastside Projects as Artist Organiser, she joined Writing West Midlands ROOM 204 in 2020.

Birmingham Waterstones, Birmingham
Thursday 23rd June 2022

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