WBF17 Programme Final - page 27

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SUN 8
OCTOBER
SALMAN RUSHDIE
In conversation with Razia Iqbal
The multi-award winning writer and
author of Booker winner
Midnight’s Children
makes a welcome return toWimbledon
to discuss his mesmerising newmodern
day thriller set against the panorama of
American culture and post-Obama politics.
Rushdie’s newwork,
The Golden House,
is a
novel exploring identity, truth, terror and lies.
Razia Iqbal presents
Newshour
on the
BBC World Service and
The World Tonight
on Radio 4.
BAILLIE GIFFORD
BIG TENT
Sunday 8 October
5.30pm, £15
‘This is what I love about the arts...
artists deal with the biggest issues
going - life, death and love.’
Razia Iqbal
OLUMIDE POPOOLA:
WRITER IN RESIDENCE
Drop-in session for writers
Olumide Popoola is a London-based
Nigerian-German writer, speaker and
performer. Her publications include
essays, short stories and poetry. In this
drop-in surgery, Olumide
will be offering advice
to emerging writers on
how to get ahead in
the publishing world.
Olumide holds a PhD in
Creative Writing.
WILLIAMMORRIS TENT
Sunday 8 October
5-5.30pm, OPEN EVENT
DON’T
MISS
Razia Iqbal
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