Events

Burning Questions: an online event with Margaret Atwood

Tuesday 1st March 2022
19:30 at Waterstones, Online Events

Join Margaret Atwood and Fatima Manji for a unique digital event to celebrate the publication of Margaret's new essay collection, Burning Questions.

From world-renowned author Margaret Atwood comes a brilliant collection of essays – funny, erudite, endlessly curious, uncannily present – which seeks to answer Burning Questions such as: How can we live on our planet? Why do people everywhere, in all cultures, tell stories? How much of yourself can you give away without evaporating?

Margaret will be answering your Burning Questions during this event, and will also be talking to broadcaster and journalist Fatima Manji.

Thank you to those who have submitted questions for Margaret. Please note that we are unable to accept further questions following the Tuesday 22nd February deadline.

The Ticket & Book option for this event includes a special plant-able Burning Questions bookmark. Bookmarks are only available while stocks last.

The Ticket & Book option will require a UK postcode, please do not select this option if you do not have a valid UK postcode as you will not receive your package and may still be charged. Postage will be made after the event, and this may be after publication date.

Please note that ticketholders will receive a link to access the event closer to the event date.

Waterstones, Online Events
Tuesday 1st March 2022
19:30

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