Chris Power’s short story collection Mothers was shortlisted for several literary prizes. His first novel A Lonely Man (Faber) is a powerful, menacing exploration of the nature of truth, fabrication and identity. ‘If you're a fan of existential crises’ writes Jon McGregor, ‘family dramas, Putin-era paranoias, and Bolaño-style multiplicities, and want to see them woven into one taut novel, you're in the right place.’
Chris Power will be in conversation about A Lonely Man with the critic Alex Clark.
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