An Evening of Readings of London Stories

Short stories capture individual character of Borough

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Join the authors Daisy Goodwin, Nikesh Shukla, and Rachael Dunlop for an evening of readings from 33, a unique anthology of London stories. Published in two volumes, 33 features one brand new short story for each of London's 33 boroughs. From Havering to Hillingdon, Bexley to Brent. These are stories of movement and change that capture the individuality of each borough and the diversity of London better than any camera. Daisy, Nikesh, and Rachael will be reading from their stories for Hammersmith & Fulham, Brent, and Hillingdon. A retired teacher recalls less than pleasant memories following a chance encounter with a former student, a grieving grandson finds the perfect samosa in Brent, and a young Heathrow worker forms a bond with mysterious woman in Terminal One.

Thursday 7 October 2010 6.30pm (doors open at 6pm) Hammersmith Library Shepherds Bush Road W6 7AT Phone: 020 8753 3820

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September 15, 2010