In Conversation With Joe Abercrombie & James Oswald
Thursday 19th September 19:00 - 20:30 at Glasgow - Argyle Street
Join us for an evening with celebrated fantasy author Joe Abercrombie and fantastic crime writer James Oswald, to celebrate the release of A Little Hatred; the much-anticipated first book in The Age of Madness trilogy.
Joe Abercrombie is the author of nine novels and his work has been shortlisted for the World Fantasy Awards, British Fantasy Awards, John W. Campbell Award and the David Gemmell Legend Awards. In this visceral story of bloody revolution, he combines sharp new characters with some familiar faces from his 5 million copy selling First Law trilogy.
Written with Abercrombie’s trademark flair and originality, the new series offers a gripping take on the industrial revolution, the power of money and the dangers of politics, especially when being stabbed in the back is a far from metaphorical experience.
James Oswald lives two writing lives, as the author of the Sunday Times bestselling Inspector McLean crime series and as the acclaimed fantasy author JD Oswald, author of the Sir Benfro series of books that began with Dreamwalker, winning critical acclaim and commercial succes under both names.
Nothing To Hide, the second novel in the Constance Fairchild series, sees her suspended from duty in the wake of the events of No Time To Cry, but thrust back into the limelight after discovering the body of a victim of a ritualistic murder in her flat...
Join these two authors for a fascinating discussion of the writing life, of their different genres and the darkness they share, and much more!
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