In conversation with Anita Sethi

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Brontë Festival of Women's Writing

The Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing is back with an impressive line-up of female writers, poets, artists and experts driving the sustainability conversation.

I Belong Here: In conversation with Antia Sethi
with Anita Sethi

Saturday 23 September
12.15pm - 1.15pm (GMT)

Chosen as a Guardian literary highlight of 2021, Anita Sethi’s critically acclaimed 'I Belong Here’ was written after she became the victim of a race hate crime while travelling through Northern England. Anita joins us to talk about a journey that gave her the perspective to reflect upon the important issues encompassed in her experience of abuse. 

Anita's journey transforms what began as an ugly experience of hate into one offering hope and finding beauty after brutality.

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Festival Event £8
Festival Event (concession) £6

Digital Festival £6
Digital Festival (concession) £4

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About the festival

The Brontë Festival of Women’s Writing champions female creativity and celebrates the legacy of the UK’s most famous literary sisters – the Brontës. Every year in Haworth, West Yorkshire, former home of the Brontë family, the Brontë Parsonage Museum produces a weekend of events, talks and workshops that seek to inspire, entertain and intrigue visitors from across the world.

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