Short fiction: Jane Rogers on Fodor Dostoyevsky and Alison MacLeod on Katherine Mansfield
- Thu 17 Oct 2013
- 5:30 pm
To celebrate the launch of Morphologies, a collection of essays by contemporary writers on past masters of the short form, Comma presents an evening of appreciation with two of the most important short story writers around. Jane Rogers is the author of Hitting Trees with Sticks and The Testament of Jessie Lamb (winner of the Arthur C. Clarke award). Alison MacLeod is the author of Unexploded, The Changeling and Fifteen Modern Tales of Attraction. Tonight, Jane and Alison will attempt to unlock the wizardry of two of the greatest short story writers of all time, Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Katherine Mansfield. Tickets £6/£4, available here. A Manchester Literature Festival event.