Gladfest 2021: The Lost Future of Pepperharrow and The Kingdom with Natasha Pulley
12th September - 12th September 2021
Mori is back! Whenever Natasha visits Gladstone’s she is besieged with questions about the cast of her first book, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street. Don’t miss this chance to hear a first-hand account of what they – and Natasha – have been up to.
Natasha Pulley was born in Cambridge. She read English Literature at Oxford before going to Japan on a scholarship from the Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation. She lived in Tokyo for a year and a half, learning Japanese and researching her first book, The Watchmaker of Filigree Street. More recently she spent several months in Peru courtesy of a travel grant from the Society of Authors, chasing llamas and researching The Bedlam Stacks. The Lost Future of Pepperharrow is her third book, followed closely by The Kingdoms (2021).
Tickets for this event are priced at £5. Ticket link pending.
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