Kate Pullinger

Kate Pullinger is the author of several novels including When the Monster Dies (1989); The Last Time I Saw Jane (1996); Weird Sister (1999) and A Little Stranger (2006). She has also published two collections of short stoires: Tiny Lies (1988); and My Life as a Girl in a Men's Prison (1997).

Kate Pullinger also writes for radio, film and for digital media. Her digital work includes The Breathing Wall, an experimental fiction. She was the Research Fellow for trAce online writing centre from 2002-3 and her latest digital work is www.inanimatealice.com, a multi media graphic novel in episodes.

Her latest novel is The Mistress of Nothing (2009), taking its inspiration from the life of Lucie, Lady Duff Gordon, and set in nineteenth-century Egypt.


Festival Event: The Voice of History
Sunday, October 24 2010 @ 4:00

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