Hearing voices – book and event invitation

Listen Softly London is pleased to share exciting news, and an invitation, with you…

The news: Our friends at London-based literary magazine Litro are releasing Hearing Voices: The Litro Anthology of New Fiction, featuring two artists who have previously performed at Listen Softly London Reece Choules and Iain Robinson. Reece and Iain are also two of the first authors to sign to Litro’s bespoke literary agency, Litro Represents.

This first anthology of writing from Litro draws from its ten years of publishing some of the newest and freshest writing around. As well words from Reece and Iain, Hearing Voices includes stories by Pulitzer Prize winner Anthony Doerr, Costa shortlisted Nikesh Shukla, Prix du Premier Roman Etranger winner Chloe Aridjis, and Betty Trask Award winner Jenn Ashworth, and many more. It has been edited and Introduced by Eric Akoto and another previous Listen Softly London performer, Dan Coxon.

The book is now available to order via Amazon.

The invitation: Listen Softly London friends have been invited by Litro magazine, in collaboration with Kingston University press, to the launch of Hearing Voices.

This event, which will feature historian and writer Kate Williams, Litro Represents writer Reece Choules, Joanna Walsh, Howard Cunnell, Listen Softly London founder Dominic Stevenson, and more.

Wednesday 8 July

6.30-8.30pm

The Society Club, 12 Ingestre Place, London, W1F 0JF

If you wish to attend, please RSVP to info@litro.co.uk before 29 June.

Find out more about Litro at www.litro.co.uk, and at the new US-based site www.LitroNY.com

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