Join acclaimed short fiction writer Laurie Steed at the Cambridge Library as he presents a talk on his debut novel, You Belong Here - a book about family, trust, connection, and what keeps us going in spite of ourselves.
‘Come in. Press PLAY. Tell me what you like about this song. Shout out your dreams, cravings, obsessions from when the track starts, right through to the end. I’ll shout too, you, me, together, louder until we’re a wall of sound. We are trying to find things, people, places we love, and everything counts—songs, films, books, fathers, lovers, friends, and brothers.’
Jen and Steven meet at sixteen and marry at eighteen. Soon they’re the parents of three young children.
Initially, the kids keep them together until love turns to lies and the family implodes. As they grow into adults, each child faces love and loss in the shadow of their family legacy.
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Tuesday, 15 May 2018 | 10:30 AM
Cambridge Library, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat 6014 View Map