In conversation with Julia Armfield: Writing gothic fiction

Sunday 25 September 2022

Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing 2022

Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing 2022

In conversation with Julia Armfield:  Writing gothic fictionPart of the Bronte Festival of Women's Writing.

How can a story be a haunting love story? We’re joined by Julia Armfield, author of the salt slow and Our Wives Under the Sea, to discuss writing gothic inspired fiction. We’ll chat about how Victorian Literature can inspire contemporary stories of love, horror, and wonder, and her career as an emerging female writer.

Julia Armfield is the author of the award-winning short story collection ‘Salt Slow’ and critically-acclaimed debut novel ‘Our Wives Under The Sea’. Her work explores the fine line between love and horror, and has been shortlisted for the 2019 ‘Sunday Times’ Young Writer of the Year award.
This event takes place 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm on Sunday 25 September at West Lane Baptist Church. This event costs £8/£6* concessions, and is a Hybrid Event.

If you're planning on attending in Haworth, please select the '£8 ticket' or '£6 concession'. You will be sent details on when and where to arrive.

If you're planning on joining online, please select the 'Online hybrid ticket'. We will be sending out the online resources to you. This will included a link to watch a live stream of the event at 1:15 pm - 2:15pm on the day.

This event is part of the Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing. The Brontë Sisters were bold, daring and wrote stories that surprised the world. This year’s festival celebrates female writers and artists who create work which pushes boundaries.  From poetry workshops and Q&A’s to live music and more, we’re thrilled to present a festival that welcomes exciting female voices from across the country.

What’s more, this year’s  festival is hybrid, which  means you can join us in person in Haworth or online from wherever in the world you are.  

There's so much to see- why not join us for all our festival events and make a weekend of it?

Purchase an In Person Weekend Ticket for £55- includes free admission to the museum.

Joining from home? Purchase an Online Weekend Ticket for £40.
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