Public Lecture: Wyl Menmuir on Fiction and the Search for Truth

[The Many is] homespun horror which has flashes of Daphne Du Maurier’s ghost-gothic and John Wyndham’s dystopia whilst displaying its own individuality and flair ... Menmuir steers a steady course; the result is profound and discomfiting, and deserving of multiple readings.
— The Guardian

We’re delighted to be hosting a public lecture given by Booker-longlisted novelist Wyl Menmuir, our Writer in Residence 2017, entitled 'Fiction and the Search For Truth', on Wednesday 1 March 2017, 6pm, at the Penryn Campus.

We would love you to join us for this event.

Born in Stockport, Wyl lives on the north coast of Cornwall, the area that inspires his writing. Wyl also writes and edits for a range of national magazines, journals and blogs, and teaches creative writing at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Following the lecture there will be an informal drinks reception and book signing with Wyl in the School of Writing & Journalism.

Although the event is free, it’s important to book a place, as this is a ticketed event. Please book your place here

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