Book Launch for Come Let Us Sing Anyway by Leone Ross this Saturday at The Northern Short Story Festival, Leeds

Join us for readings by author Leone Ross and conversation with editor Jeremy Poynting as we celebrate the launch of Leone’s new short story collection, Come Let Us Sing Anyway (published 6 June) at the Northern Short Story Festival on Saturday 3 June, 5.45pm at the Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds. This is a free event and no booking is required. More information here.

From headless schoolgirls, to talking food and threesomes, pretty much anything can (and will) happen in these witty, weird and wonderful world short stories. Ranging from flash fiction to intense psychological drama, magical realism and erotica, these strange, clever and beautifully crafted stories may sometimes tickle, sometimes shock; but will always engage both the intellect and the heart.

Leone Ross is a novelist, short story writer, editor and lecturer in fiction writing. She was born in England and grew up in Jamaica. Leone Ross is the critically acclaimed author of the Orange Prize shortlisted novels All the Blood Is Red and Orange Laughter.

 

Fiona Gell

Fiona is a lifelong reading enthusiast and book lover. Her career started as a bookseller and has never really veered away from the written and spoken word. It was a dream for her to be a founder member of The Leeds Big Bookend Festival. Fiona is the Festival's Coordinator, helping to bring the whole festival together.

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