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In Conversation with Ajay Close: What We Did in the Dark
28th October, 2021 at 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Ajay Close’s latest novel, What We Did in the Dark, is a compelling portrait of trail-blazing Glasgow writer Catherine Carswell, as she fights for her freedom –and her life.
In Conversation with Ajay Close: What We Did in the Dark, Thursday 28 the October, 6pm to 7.30pm, Zoom, Free, 16+, Women* Only
In 1904 Cathie Macfarlane married Herbert Jackson, a soldier and artist she had only just met. Three months later, on honeymoon in Italy, he accused her of adultery with the Prince of Wales and tried to kill her. Within a year, their relationship was over: he was committed to an
asylum and she pursued a four-year battle to legally divorce him.
Join Ajay in conversation to hear the-story-behind-the- story.
6pm-6.10pm Welcome and introductions
6.10pm-6.50pm – Ajay in conversation about her book, with some readings from the book
6.50pm-7pm – comfort break
7pm – Questions and Discussion
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This event is for Women* only. To attend, please book below and we will share an email invitation with you. If you would like to make a donation to Glasgow Women’s Library, you can do so here. Please note that booking will close on Wednesday 27th of October and you will receive your email invitation before the event takes place.
*All women-only events are inclusive of Trans and Intersex women, as well as non-binary and gender fluid people who are comfortable in a space that centres the experience of women.
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