UEA Live: Paul Howarth
Paul Howarth is a British-Australian author and former lawyer. He holds a master’s degree from the University of East Anglia’s creative writing programme, where he was awarded the Malcolm Bradbury Scholarship, and currently lives in Norwich with his family. Only Killers and Thieves is his first novel.
‘An outstanding debut…a powerful novel of crimes in a bleak landscape.’ – Sunday Times
With special faculty guest reader Andrew Cowan
Andrew Cowan was born in Corby, Northamptonshire in 1960, and studied at the University of East Anglia, where he now Professor of Creative Writing. His acclaimed first novel, Pig (1994), won a Betty Trask Award, the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, The Authors’ Club First Novel Award, a Scottish Arts Council Book Award and the Ruth Hadden Memorial Award. Common Ground (1996) and Crustaceans (2000) both received competitive Arts Council bursaries. What I Know was the recipient of an Arts Council Writers’ Award and was published in 2005. His creative writing guidebook, The Art of Writing Fiction, was published in 2011. His fifth novel, Worthless Men, was published in 2013.
Doors open for all events at 6.30 for a 7pm start. No booking necessary. Arrive early to secure your seat.
About UEA Live
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 from The Book Hive 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.