August 26 2019
April 3, 2019
Award-winning novelist and biographer A. N. Wilson talks about his new novel about nature, death and morality, Aftershocks.
Aftershocks is based on the real losses in the Christchurch earthquake. It follows the love affair of Nellie and Ingrid amidst the wrecked houses and shaken lives in the aftermath of an earthquake and the fate of a community profoundly linked to the land it lives on.
Wilson is a prolific novelist and biographer. His novels include Winnie and Wolf and Resolution, and his non-fiction work includes Dante in Love, Tolstoy, The Victorians, C S Lewis: A Biography, and Charles Darwin, Victorian Mythmaker. Here he talks to biographer and novelist Dr Paula ByrneMore information
Oxford Literary Festival