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Elizabeth Strout in conversation with Lisa Allardice

Thursday 21st October 2021
19:30 at Waterstones, Online Events

Join us for what promises to be a brilliant digital event with Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Elizabeth Strout, as we launch her much-anticipated new book Oh William!.

In Oh William! bestselling author Elizabeth Strout returns to her beloved heroine Lucy Barton in a luminous novel about love, loss, and the family secrets that can erupt and bewilder us at any point in life.

Known for her meticulous portraits of community life in small-town New England, Elizabeth Strout is one of America’s finest living novelists and the author of My Name is Lucy Barton, Olive Kitteridge, Olive, Again, Anything is Possible and many more.

Don’t miss this chance to hear from the creator of Lucy Barton herself, and you’ll even be able to ask your own questions on the night.

Elizabeth Strout will be in conversation with Lisa Allardice, Chief Books Writer at the Guardian.

Please note that the Ticket & Book option for this event requires a UK postal address. Please do not select this option if you do not have a valid UK postal address as you will not receive the book and may still be charged. Books will be posted after the event and so will arrive a few days later.

This event is on Zoom. Please make sure you have Zoom installed and up to date on the device of your choice.

Waterstones, Online Events
Thursday 21st October 2021
19:30

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