Presented in partnership with the National Centre for Writing
We are honoured to welcome the award-winning Soviet-Ukrainian American and French novelist and artist Yelena Moskovich for the annual Noirwich lecture. Moskovich’s ground-breaking novels trenchantly atomise and repurpose tenets of crime fiction to explore fractured identities, living histories and uncanny sins. Their timely lecture will reflect on the volatility and mutability of the written word and the world; and why ‘Every Russian literary work is a crime novel’.
Tickets £12/£10 concessions. Book now: noirwich.co.uk
A recording of this event will be available after the festival with our Digital Season Ticket.
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