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Author Andrew McGuinness to give reading at the University
Andrew McGuinness will give a reading from his debut novel, A Portrait of the Arsonist as a Young Man, at the University of Kent on Tuesday 18 November.
The reading will take place at 5.30pm in the Peter Brown Room, Missing Link, Darwin College, on the University's Canterbury campus. The event is free and open to all. There is disabled access to Darwin College and the seminar room.
After graduating with a first class honours degree and MA in history from the University of Kent, Andrew McGuinness co-authored A Guide to British Medieval Seals. He taught at the universities of Northumbria, Glasgow and Manchester, before returning to Kent.
Andrew McGuinness now teaches creative writing at the University of Kent's School of English. His stories have won literary prizes including The New Writer, and his debut novel will be published by bluechrome later this year.
The reading has been organised by Patricia Debney, Canterbury Laureate and Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University's School of English.
Story published at 11:35am 11 November 2008