Wells festival of Literature audience is set to hear sensational revelations about one of 20th century literature’s enduring tragic relationships. Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes – two literary giants – were married in 1956 until her suicide in 1963. The unanswered questions surrounding the demise of their emotionally charged relationship, leading to her death, has provided an afterlife in itself and was something Hughes spent half a lifetime trying to bury.
Quick chat interviews – How do you take your coffee?
Q1. How do you take your coffee? White no sugar. Q2. What makes a perfect day for you? Friends, family around just chilling and lots of sleep. I don’t get to sleep much. I blame social media. Q3. You have been a very effective campaigner against FGM. What’s been the most rewarding and the most […]
How do you take your coffee? A quick chat with a festival guest over a (virtual) coffee. Q1. How do you take your coffee Jamie? After a meal, I prefer a macchiato…but since I usually need a substantial intake of hot liquid, I generally go for a skinny latte. Q2. What makes a perfect day […]