UEA Live: Gboyega Odubanjo
Faculty guest speaker: Rachel Hore
Join us for UEA Live – a season of free literature events where we showcase the very best of UEA’s past, present and future literary talent. Our headline authors are supported by writers from across the current UEA Creative Writing programmes.
Grab a drink from the bar, browse books and settle in for a cosy evening in the company of words, in the heart of England’s first UNESCO City of Literature. All are very welcome.
Doors open for all events at 6.30 for a 7pm start. No booking necessary. Arrive early to secure your seat.
Gboyega Odubanjo is a British-Nigerian poet born and raised in East London. In 2018 he completed an MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. His debut pamphlet, While I Yet Live, was published by Bad Betty Press in 2019. He is a Roundhouse Resident Artist and is currently co-editing Issue 77 of Magma Poetry.
Rachel Hore is a British fiction writer, living in Norwich. After reading Modern History at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, she worked at HarperCollins until moving to Norfolk with her husband, the author D. J. Taylor, and three children. She has just this year retired from teaching creative writing and publishing at the University of East Anglia. She is the author of eight novels, several of which have been Sunday Times Top Ten bestsellers.