Amy Bloom is the author of four novels, White Houses (Granta, 2017), Lucky Us (Granta, 2014), Away (Granta, 2007), and Love Invents Us; three collections of short stories, Where the God of Love Hangs Out (Granta, 2010), Come to Me, and A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You, all also published in one volume as Rowing to Eden (Granta, 2015); and a collection of essays, Normal. She is the Shapiro-Silverberg Professor of Creative Writing at Wesleyan University. Her latest book, In Love, is an intimate account of losing her husband Brian: from his diagnosis with Alzheimer's and the slow onset of the disease, their journey to Dignitas in Switzerland, where he was helped to end his life, through to her becoming a widow.
Rathbones Folio Prize: Our Stories and How We Tell Them
Join us to hear a powerhouse line-up of international female writing talent discuss their recent works, all in contention for this year's Rathbones Folio Prize.