Alison Leslie Gold, Kirsty Gunn and Sylvia Brownrigg will be at the shop to talk about their various and varied travels.
Gold, in Lost and Found (and then Found and Lost), returns to the places of her own childhood, as well as to the dark landscapes of the Holocaust. Gunn, in My Mansfield Project (Notting Hill) and Going Bush (Cahiers) explores and is disturbed by the landscapes of her native New Zealand. In Invisible Countries (Cahiers) novelist Brownrigg tells of a woman travelling to seven unknown places.
Dan Gunn, editor of the Cahiers series for Sylph Editions and of the letters of Samuel Beckett for CUP will be in the chair.