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Women's Word: In conversation with ... Lisa Appignanesi

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Prize-winning writer, novelist, cultural commentator and broadcaster Lisa Appignanesi will be in conversation with Lucy Cavendish College President Professor Janet Todd, and the audience from 11.30am – 12.45 pm on Saturday 23rd June. Lisa will be discussing her novels and career to date, as well as the recurrent topics of love, passion and obsession.

Lisa’s latest books include All About Love: Anatomy of an Unruly Emotion which came out in Spring 2011 and The Memory Man, which was the winner of the Holocaust Fiction Prize, Canada. Her next thriller Paris Requiem will be published in June 2012. She is currently working on another book Trials of Passion: Love, madness, the law and the rise of the expert witness.

As well as an established author, Lisa is also currently the Honorary Professor in Literature and Medical Humanities at King’s College London, a judge of the Orange Prize 2012 and also the former President of English PEN where she initiated the ‘Free Expression is No Offence’ and the ‘Libel Reforms’ campaigns amongst others, and is the current Chair of the Freud Museum, London.

Price: £7 per person.

Bookings can be made at or by telephone on: 01223 300085.

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