Friday 2 September, 7pm (BST), Black Cultural Archives
This is an in-person event. A recording will be made available to watch back afterwards.
Free for RSL Members and Fellows. Public tickets from £8.
At this intimate event, Paul and Jamaica will discuss nature, novels, memoir and self-expression.
Jamaica Kincaid is one of the most highly-acclaimed writers of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. She is also a dedicated gardener. In celebration of their fiftieth birthday, Jamaica’s first UK publisher, Picador, are reissuing five of her books: Annie John, Among Flowers, Lucy, At the Bottom of the River and The Autobiography of My Mother. To mark the occasion, we are heading to Black Cultural Archives for this very special event, the first of our autumn season.
Jamaica Kincaid was born in St. John’s, Antigua. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and is the 2022 recipient of the Hadada Award for lifetime achievement from The Paris Review. Jamaica is one of the RSL’s twelve inaugural International Writers.