Enjoy an evening of live readings and discussion about Michael Nath’s new novel The Treatment.
At a London bus stop, a black teenager is murdered by a racist gang. 20 years later the murder is not forgotten. The Treatment is steeped in London’s criminal and corrupt past. Like a seventeenth-century revenge tragedy, its characters reel from the streets, bars and brothels and are propelled by wild justice.
The talk will be followed by a book signing.
This event is in collaboration with Riverrun.
Michael Nath is a senior lecturer in English at the University of Westminster. His research interests are in Creative Writing, Modernism and Shakespearean Drama. His novel, British Story, was a Morning Star book of the Year. His first novel, La Rochelle, was shortlisted for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction.
Dr Matt Morrisson
Dr Matt Morrison is a writer, academic and award-winning playwright. He has a special interest in literature and place. Matt is also the author of three non-fiction books. These include the first history of London’s iconic Soho Poly Theatre. He leads Creative Writing degrees at the University of Westminster.