Time & Location
15 Jun 2022, 19:30
Ipswich Institute, 15 Tavern St, Ipswich IP1 3AA, UK
About the Event
Annabel Abbs is a writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her first novel, The Joyce Girl, won the Impress New Writer Prize and has been translated into 10 languages. Her second novel, Frieda: The Real Lady Chatterley, was a Times Book of the Year 2018, and has been translated into seven languages. Her third (co-written, non-fiction) book, The Age-Well Project, was published in June 2019. Her fourth book, Windswept, a memoir of walking, was published across the world to great acclaim in June 2021. Her fifth book, The Language of Food, tells the fictionalised story of Ipswich-born cookery writer, Eliza Acton. It’s currently being translated into 20 languages and has been optioned by CBS Studios. Her most recent book, 52 Ways to Walk, explores the science of walking and was published in March 2022. Annabel has a degree in English Literature from UEA and is a Fellow of the Brown Foundation. She grew up in Wales but now lives in London and Sussex where she spends her time, cooking, walking, reading and writing.
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