Explore new stories written in response to Emily Brontë’s masterpiece of passion and obsession – Wuthering Heights.
In her bicentenary year, we celebrate Emily Brontë with readings from new stories inspired by the enduring power of Wuthering Heights. Kate Mosse, author of six novels including Labyrinth, part of the multi-million selling ‘Languedoc’ trilogy, and most recently The Burning Chambers, discusses her curation of the project 170 years since the classic’s publication.
Kate will be in conversation with contributors Juno Dawson, author of seven novels for young adults as well as non-fiction titles This Book is Gay and The Gender Games; and Louise Doughty, whose eight novels include Black Water and number-one bestseller Apple Tree Yard, which was made into a four part BBC1 adaptation starring Emily Watson.
Small Wonder shuttle bus to/from Lewes Train Station (£3 return/ £2 one way)
Supported by Hurstpierpoint College