MAR 01] COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE PROMOTIONS NEWS
Of Crime Sends Judith To Coventry
writer Judith Cutler, a former student of novelist David Lodge, will
be joining him on the panel for the Writers at the Hall event in
Coventry later this month.
pair knew each other at Birmingham University, where David Lodge,
then Professor of English, was Judith Cutler's tutor.
will be joined at St Mary's Hall for the literary evening on
Wednesday, 28 March by the novelist Jonathan Coe.
Judith (right) is the author of two popular series of crime novels
set in the West Midlands, featuring amateur crime sleuth Sophie
Rivers and her professional equivalent, Detective Sergeant Kate
latest Power story, Power Game, is just out in paperback.
prize-winning short story writer, Judith has recently ventured into
romantic fiction and is also secretary of the Crime Writers'
said she is delighted to be joining the panel:
and Coe are killingly funny: I go in for funny killings.
it will be a great honour for me to be at the same event as David
Lodge, one of the greatest comic writers of the era, and Jonathan
Coe, who is driving the comic novel in startling new
compere at the event, sponsored by Harry Shaw Business Computers,
will be Annie Othen (right), the breakfast show presenter for BBC
Coventry and Warwickshire.
evening includes a three-course dinner and free wine reception, as
well as a book-signing session.
are £20 a head and are available from Coventry's Tourist
Information Centre in Bayley Lane on 024 7622 7264 or email email@example.com
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