by Catherine Temma Davidson On Wednesday February 12, 2020, Upper Wimpole Street returned to Persephone Books to hear Carol Isaacs discuss—and perform—parts of her new graphic memoir, The Wolf of Baghdad. Sarah Lightman, whose graphic memoir The Book of Sarah was launched the previous February at another Upper Wimpole Street, led the talk with an …
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With winter tightening its grip and the days drawing in, the UWSL Salon took time to focus on some of the finer points of the writer’s craft in an event featuring novelist Alba Arikha in conversation with literary translator Marta Dziurosz.
Art Historian and Salon Committee Member Julia Weiner shares part of her review from the Jewish Chronicle on the recent event with Sarah Lightman at Persephone Books.
by Makayla Lewis Paper: Daler-Rowley Sketchbook (Spiral Bound) Canvas size: A4 Pen: Stabilo 88 Black Pen Markers: Copic Markers Makayla Lewis website
Tuesday, 20th September, 7 pm. Biographer Anne Sebba discussed her new book, Les Parisiennes, about how Parisian women survived the World War II German occupation of Paris and its aftermath. Fiction writer and editor Elena Lappin, author of the short story collection Foreign Brides, discussed her new memoir What Language Do I Dream In? about …
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