Tate Liverpool: LJMU Writers Workshop with Marina Lewyca
Venue: Tate Liverpool
Times: 19:30 - 21:00
LJMU’s Writers’ Workshop invites you to join Marina Lewycka at Tate Liverpool, as she responds to the Autumn collection display/programme.
About Marina Lewycka
Marina Lewycka was born in a refugee camp in Kiel after World War II.
Her family subsequently moved to England. Her debut novel, A Short History of Ukrainian Tractors, won the 2005 Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for comic writing and was long-listed for the man Booker and short-listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction. The novel has been translated into 35 languages and has sold more than a million copies in the UK alone. She has since published four more novels: Two Caravans (2007), We Are All Made of Glue (2009), Various Pets Alive and Dead (2012) and The Lubetkin Legacy (2016). Marina Lewycka lives in Sheffield.
Writers’ Workshop is a community of writers, researchers, visiting writers and postgraduate students. By blending rigorous research, theory and creative practice, the Group’s members explore the possibilities of creative and reflective writing.
plus visitors receive a 20% discount on Marina’s latest novel
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