I will be reading from The Dog of Memory at Senhouse Roman Museum Literary Festival, which takes place 17th-19th November 2017.
When: Saturday, 18th November, 4.30pm
More on: Senhouse Museum website
This year’s festival is inspired by a very special and rare object in the Museum’s collections. The relief of the Celtic horse goddess Epona is one of only two representations of Epona discovered in the UK. Epona was the protector of horses and anyone who relied on these noble and beautiful creatures.
The Dog of Memory reflects on the nature of travel and the significance of place in our lives; prepare to be taken on a journey from Cumbria to Athens, Sicily, Morocco and Vienna.